However much you try to protect your kids from the reality of the cost of living crisis, the chances are it’s already on their radar.
With mental health awareness growing, research has shown that money can be a source of worry for children as well as parents – so how can we help tackle this?
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.
If your teen wants a degree, thinking about debt is unavoidable. Here we explain why talking about how debt works is key to staying safe.
How do you talk money with your child? It’s often a tricky subject to discuss, that’s why we’re encouraging parents, family and friends to talk more openly and honestly about it.
Explore different ways to pay, then help Alex decide the best payment method for a tablet.
Encouraging young people to learn about money is child’s play with the help of these fun games.
The way we use money is evolving, so how can we explain these changes to children in a tangible way and help them navigate the world of digital finance?
Children learn by watching and copying adults – so what simple behaviours can you use to teach your kids the value of money?
MoneySense pupils discuss the funny side of money.
There are many different ways to pay – this factsheet details everything from bank cards to smartwatch payments.