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 and a panel of experts? Would you be interested in doing so? I’m delighted to say this is exactly the opportunity that I can offer a small number of Dadbloguk readers.
At this stage the details are still being finalised so I’m not at liberty to reveal everything. I can, however, tell you that a Google+ hangout will be taking place towards the end of this month with a brilliant panel of family finance experts.
I will also be involved in the hangout and I want you to submit your questions. Those that submit the best questions will also get the chance to participate (see below, there may be more than one reason to take part!).
Please do get thinking. What would you ask a group of individuals with decades and decades of experience handling family finances?
It may be that you’ve reached one of those big life stages and are unsure what you should be doing with your money. Maybe you would like a few pointers for creating a family budget? Maybe you are about to get married or expecting an imminent arrival and want tips for saving? Possibly you have some concerns about saving for your children’s future?
Leave a comment below with your question or tweet me at @dadbloguk using the hashtag #moneyhangout. Those that submit the best questions will be asked if they would like to take part and, best of all, will be offered a £50 shopping voucher for doing so.
I will reveal further details in the weeks to come. In the meantime, give it some thought and let me know what questions you would put to this expert panel.
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