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We may want to protect our kids from some of life’s trickier topics, but being open with them when it comes to money is an important step, says money author Tolu Frimpong.
Children learn by watching and copying adults – so what simple behaviours can you use to teach your kids the value of money? Money writer and father of three Jon Watkins explains.
Discussing long-term investments with your children can be a challenge.
As the first accounts of the government’s Child Trust Fund scheme reach maturity, here’s what parents and teenagers need to know.
From savings accounts and ISAs to investing, there are lots of ways to make your money work for you. But how can you teach these concepts to children? Money writer Sophie Marie Atkinson investigates.
Most children, understandably, think that if you earn £30,000, you end up with £30,000 in your bank account every year. If only that were the case! Money writer Sophie Marie Atkinson takes a look at the reality.
Learn about different kinds of identity theft and fraud, and how to avoid them.
Khushi is a second-year student studying at University College London.
Wondering how to resist your kid’s repetitive pleas? Money writer and mother Clare Seal shares her tips.
Teaching your children how to be eco-friendly doesn’t just help the planet: it can also be good for your family’s bank balance.
There is a baffling array of choice when it comes to a phone for your child. We cut through the confusion!
If you want a degree, thinking about debt is unavoidable. Here we explain why talking about how debt works is key to staying safe.