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Two friends discuss how they make it through the month, keep out of the red and stay on top of money matters.
Understanding how you behave with money and how you can improve are the first steps towards developing good money skills.
Christmas can get expensive, so try these 5 tips to help make your money last
Use our tools and tips to help you plan and steer clear of bad money habits
Get the lowdown on cyber speak to help protect your personal information and money
We spend a lot of our time online, from shopping, paying bills to chatting, but it’s important to make sure you keep your information and money safe
Show you understand how to manage your money over the course of the month, by choosing between wants, needs and dealing with unexpected payments along the way.
Find out how to read your payslips and understand where your money goes.
Saving your money can be tricky so here’s some quick tips to help you get started.
Being newly independent is exciting, but can be daunting. From help juggling bills to top budgeting tips, learn to manage money like a boss.
Kieran alleviates some common fears around independent living, and offers a bit of hard won advice.
Explore the definition of needs and wants and practise separating such items out with our interactive tool, to help develop good money habits.
34 ways to save money and improve your spending habits throughout all areas of your life, including technology, food, shopping, travel and socialising.
Get the lowdown on bank accounts and the different financial terms to put them into a context that will help you remember what they mean.
It’s tempting to tune out when you hear bank-speak, but knowing the basics will help you stay in control of your cash.
The chances are we’ll all have some debt at some point in our lives, but it’s important to budget and not to let it spiral out of control
What is a credit card, overdraft and loan, we explain how they work and the costs involved
Decisions made in on one life stage can have a knock-on effect in later ones. Look at how Joe, Mark and Sally spent or borrowed at certain stages in their lives and why it is wise to look ahead.
Salary is an important factor in choosing the right job, but here are some of the other benefits an employer can offer you that are also worth considering.
In our virtual lesson find out more about how to manage your debt, review your spending and who to contact for additional support.
Help learners to understand the different types of bank accounts available and how each type can be used to help manage their money.
This module will help learners identify their spending and saving habits, using case studies to help with distancing.
Discover our top tips for filling in application forms and have a practise with a job application example template.
This module helps learners to identify bills they need to pay, looks at how we get into debt and how to prioritise repaying bills.
This module will help learners to understand their income, including from work and other sources such as benefits, and understand the main features of a payslip.
This module helps learners to learn about different types of bank account, how to open an account and understand their bank statements.
Focus on key finance skills that will be useful in a wide variety of jobs, especially roles that include looking after any size of budget.
Support individuals who are taking on sole financial responsibility, likely due to a change in their circumstances.
This module will introduce learners to the concept of insurance, and why it is an important part of financial stability and independence.
This module will focus on how individuals can keep their finances safe online by protecting their personal information and recognising risks of fraud, scams and identity theft.