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My daughter once said to me, “mum I think 🤔 you should take your own advice…” Ring a bell? 😁 Well, I wanted to share 10 ways to spend insensibly at #christmas! And lists some of the excuses we make. Written by the lovely, Grace Kinuthia 10 ways to ensure you go broke...
Rising transport and energy costs push inflation to 5.1% in the 12 months to November — Read on www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59663947
Money problems and inequalities have grown in the pandemic, but financial education still has a low profile. — Read on www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/19754599.colin-mclean-financial-empowerment-crucial-complex-world/
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/
See how university students, apprentices and teenagers manage their money and balance their budgets. Read their weekly spending diaries and saving tips! — Read on natwest.mymoneysense.com/young-adults/money-diaries/
Research shows that delivering financial education to primary aged children increases their understanding of money and financial issues. — Read on...
The older generation’s struggle to talk cash could be having a negative impact — Read on uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/financial-anxiety-causing-younger-generations-070000190.html
Financial capability is the ability to manage money well – both day–to–day and through significant life events. It is also about strength and confidence to make the most of your finances. Young savers are very closed to, what could be, detailed information in relation...
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/
Nadhim Zahawi urged all schools to ensure they move to the average school day length of 6.5 hours. — Read on uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/plans-extend-school-day-considered-161206175.html
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.
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....
Author and podcaster Chris Atkins describes what it was really like to earn a degree while in prison — Read on www.tes.com/news/prison-education-learners-perspective To make this better.... But how?
One's golden years should be rife with well, gold, but seniors can be ill-equipped to tackle their personal finances if they lack financial literacy. According to a new FINRA study, lower financial... — Read on...
Some three-quarters of people aged 65-plus thought younger generations needed much more support to plan for their financial future. — Read on uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/younger-people-think-older-generations-230100169.html Do you agree?
Being an adult and managing your finances can be a struggle for some of us. We all know that we should plan, budget and take care of money and our spending. But how many of us do it? We are supposed to rationalise each purchase and think upfront about whether we can...
Chairwoman Dame Sharon White says that new recruits' literacy and numeracy are weak. — Read on www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57499286 We can help?
Hey, if he could start investing at 11, your kid can too. — Read on uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/heres-teach-child-next-warren-170000280.html
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