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How to teach your kids about money

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Financial instruments, investment portfolios and compound interest don’t immediately sound like typical topics of conversation to start with children but teaching them the core principles of money management is something best introduced to their lives as early as possible.

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Your dream holiday is within your means

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We all hit a point in the year where the only thing that can make everything better is jetting off on holiday for some time away.

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Curtis Parker: “Our members like the fact that we are transparent, and it is clear where we are investing their hard-earned money.”

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There are often preconceptions surrounding friendly societies, our products and the services we offer.

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Five Universal Truths of Saving

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As the old adage goes, it’s about ‘time in the market, not timing the market’.

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Saving for Children: Regional Parental Trends

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We all have differing attitudes towards money...

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Preparing your garden in spring

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School Holiday Activities

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With the school holidays fast approaching and the weather perennially so unpredictable, it’s difficult to make plans to entertain the kids while they’re off school and potentially at a loose end. Even at a young age, children can have widely differing interpretations of what keeps them entertained and stimulated for any length of time, so deciding on plans that they’ll all enjoy can sometimes be tricky. Whether it be outdoor exploring, seeing animals, watching films or getting crafty, we’ve created a guide so you can keep everyone entertained during half term - maybe even Mum and Dad!

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