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5 Ways to Talk to Your Children About Money

We know that talking about money isn’t always easy, it can be daunting, particularly if you don’t like speaking about it. However, by getting your children used to talking about money early, you can help them avoid financial issues in the future. Whe…

Who Gets More Pocket Money – Girls or Boys?

For the first time in a decade, girls are now getting more pocket money than boys. According to the Halifax Pocket Money report, girls average £7.09 per week whilst boys get 18p less at £6.91. The overall amount that kids are now getting has also dro…

The Power of Pocket Money

Kids are getting close to £10 a week in pocket money these days – although some have to earn theirs through various jobs and chores. The average weekly amount is £9.70, which can be simply pocket money, made up through an allowance or earned. The ann…

The Ten Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Your Kids

As parents, the most important things we can do are to keep our kids safe and educate them. Among the many things kids have to learn, few are more important than money. Whether we like it or not, money plays a pivotal and central role in all our live…

Three Great Reasons to Start a Pension for Your Child

When you say the word ‘pension’ to most people they see it as something to worry about in the middle age. Who wants to be thinking about getting old and what retirement might look like when you’re young? The problem is that for most people, by the ti…