One in ten parents in Wales say they're comfortable asking for help with money problems.
The figures come from a survey by Action for Children.
But according to the charity, that's not necessarily good news.
Although it appears encouraging that parents in Wales are more willing to seek out financial advice rather than their counterparts in England, these results reflect the greater need for financial assistance across the nation.
Wales has some of the highest levels of poverty and deprivation in the UK, and we believe that Welsh parents are being forced to seek financial help out of necessity, rather than out of choice.
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