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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…

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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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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I’m so sorry

Hi there We’ve been trying to update our website and have encountered a bug. We apologise for the “freaky” emails you might have received. Please delete and take no note of them. Happy bank holiday.

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Money tips for teens - Pay your future self  “Save the Student,” a money website, published that three-quarters of students said they did not get enough financial education in school, hence the need to have this conversation now. What kind of future do...

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The Rapid Response

The Rapid Response

So many people in abusive marriages are told to remain because things will get better. “That’s what life allotted to you. You chose them, you just have to bear it;” they are told. But in this community, it’s not acceptable!

As I have heard and experienced some of the confusion victims of abuse face, I can empathise with their situation and help them. I now run a weekly book writing club to encourage people to write about their experiences.

No one should have to take abuse or endure it and I hope my work empowers more people to say NO to domestic violence and take action against it.

That’s why I talk about it. It’s easier to empathise when you’ve been through something and not just read about it.

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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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+44 20 8532 7300

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