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Saving and investing for our children

Saving for your children’s future is no easy task. Budgeting and setting money aside was a constant theme during the recent Legal & General #MoneyHangout I participated in. I’ve written in the past about the pressures my wife and I feel under to save for the kids. The magical figure I came up with to

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Join in the Legal & General #MoneyHangout tomorrow

It’s come around all too quickly. The family finance #MoneyHangout with Legal & General takes place tomorrow (26 February) and you are invited to the party! For those who haven’t seen my previous blog posts, this is a Google+ hangout with a panel of first rate financial experts. They will be taking questions from readers

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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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Budgeting for the family #MySaverStory

  Saving money can be very difficult. Putting money aside seemed so easy when I was a kid but as an adult the cost of living makes it very hard indeed. Luckily help is at hand from high street bank Natwest which has launched its #MySaverStory campaign. Before I come on to that, here I

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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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