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How are your numbers stacking up?

How are your numbers stacking up?

This is a very persuasive read from the KPMG Chair: We can only tackle social mobility once we confront falling numeracy levels - CityAM : CityAM — Read on www.cityam.com/kpmg-chair-we-can-only-tackle-social-mobility-once-we-confront-falling-numeracy-levels/...

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Our #maths app is here…

Downloaded the BMoneywize app for free on the App Store.

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FREE board game cards to download

Board game cards for the family!

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Leadership Hustings provides opportunity to stir up debate about Financial education for children.

Leadership Hustings provides opportunity to stir up debate about Financial education for children.

Leadership Hustings provides opportunity to stir up debate about Financial education for children.

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Teaching kids about money: should parents or teachers take responsibility?

Teaching kids about money: should parents or teachers take responsibility? — Read on www.lovemoney.com/news/81023/teaching-kids-children-about-money-should-parents-teachers-fortnite-scams-child-trust-funds What do you think? #education #financialliteracy...

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Money and the Mind -any links?

Fintech offers a solution to this; the agility of fintech makes it accessible for many and able to target those who fall into the advice gap. — Read on thefintechtimes.com/claro-money-why-boosting-financial-inclusion-can-improve-mental-health/

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Who should be preparing children for life?

TWO THIRDS OF PARENTS SAY SCHOOLS NOT DOING ENOUGH TO PREPARE YOUNG PEOPLE FOR LIFE EVENTS Lessons on death, sex and personal finances now favoured by... — Read on pressreleases.responsesource.com/news/101977/schools-not-doing-enough-to-prepare-young-people-for-life/

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20 Money tips before you go to university!

20. It’s ok to Talk about Money
Be open to talk about money such as income, retirement and savings with friends. It can make them even better informed about financial topics. Discussing money can also help you to learn from other mistakes. This helps to avoid any detrimental financial mistakes while making decisions about financial matters.

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Our new maths app: money math

We listened to feedback following our first maths app on the play store. We have added new features so the player decides the time spent on questions. This us suitable for kids who need a little more time to think 🤔? Take a look at this article....

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Do women do this?

In the average household women are more likely to take responsibility for short-term money matters like groceries, home help costs and short-term saving goals, according to a study by Aegon. — Read on...

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Times have changed…

Women’s Biggest Financial Regrets—and What to Do About Them Right Now Failing to invest more, living beyond their means, and racking up too much credit card debt are just some of the money regrets expressed by women. — Read on...

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About US

bMoneywize provides an innovative educational solution to teaching young people financial literacy and numeracy skills in an increasingly “Cashless Society.”

We aim to become a world leader at equipping a younger generation with timely financial skills to enable them make debt-free choices in an increasingly cashless society!

We provide resources and services in form of interactive educational games and workshops respectively.

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admin@bmoneywize.co.uk

+44 20 8532 7300

Ripple Centre, 121 - 125 Ripple Road, Barking Essex UK IG11 7PB

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