I’m a big fan of Moneywise magazine and it’s coverage of wide ranging money and finance related topics. One of the topics that they champion is the need for children to learn about personal finance at school. I’m with them wholeheartedly on this! The Moneywise Personal Finance Teacher of the Year awards highlights and rewards […]
On Saturday, The Money Whisperer won Best Investing Blog 2019 and Best Family Money Blog 2019 (for the second year running). To say I was shocked was an understatement, but totally elated at the same time! It’s fantastic to be a finalist but when you win, it’s such a huge pat on the back and […]
When you’re a new parent, you have a LOT to think about. Suddenly, there’s a tiny (noisy!) person around who depends on you for everything and consumes the majority of your thinking time. So, it’s easy to leave the job of making your will until another time. ‘I’ll get around to it eventually’. I’ve heard plenty […]
Please be aware that the value of stock market investments can go up and down over time and may be lower than your initial investment. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial adviser before transferring a Child Trust Fund or opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. This post has been written in […]
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