Jan 20, 2017
I’m a parent to three wonderful children.
As all three grow up, we are very aware of the importance of teaching them about money.
There’s slightly more pressure on me to do a great job at this, as a parent and a Financial Planner!
In this episode of Informed Choice Radio, I share 10 important money lessons to teach your kids.
This covers budgeting, delayed gratification, making choices, and much more.
Personal finance news update
-Tens of thousands of grandparents could be missing out on National Insurance credits worth £231 a year when they retire.
-House price inflation is on the rise, at 6.7% for the year to the end of November.
-Lenders have reported a growing number of borrowers who are facing difficulties repaying loans and overdrafts at the end of last year.
-Rich Kids of Instagram wannabes are taking advantage of credit and rented schemes to replicate lavish lifestyles portrayed on social media, according to new research.
-Over a third of Brits are worried about falling victim to fraud, according to new research.
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