Category: Family finances

Natwest debt calculator. How much do you owe?

Have you ever wondered how long it might take you to pay off your debts? Maybe you owe money on credit cards, have a mortgage on the family home or other loans? If you are looking to clear these debts or want to get a monthly plan in place, help is at hand from Natwest.

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Legal & General family finance #MoneyHangout

  Do you have any questions about family finances? Would you like to put them direct to a panel of experts including Nigel Wilson, chief executive of financial services giant Legal & General? Better still, would you like a £50 shopping voucher for your troubles? If so, here’s your chance. A couple of weeks ago

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Family finances; get your questions answered

Money can be a tricky subject. Whether you are saving for a mortgage for your first home, expecting your first child, wanting to invest for your offspring’s future or your own retirement, family finances can sometimes seem very complicated. What if you could put your questions directly to one of the UK’s biggest financial institutions

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Infographic; children and family finances

How do you get your children talking about money and family finances? We try having such discussions with our edlest, but it sometimes a struggle. Below is a useful infographic produced by specialist coupon website Vouchercodres.co.uk with ideas for encouraging discussions about money with your children. It’s been produced following a round table discussion organised

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Pocket money; how much, how often and why?

  I recently attended a round table discussion with a bunch of bloggers to talk about different approaches to pocket money. The jamboree was organised by coupon code website Vouchercodes.co.uk and was held at The Arch, a marvellous restaurant near Marble Arch in Central London. The aim was to explore the financial challenges faced by

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