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10 Tips for Empowering Children to be Money Smart

10 Tips for Empowering Children to be Money Smart

This always seems to be a topic that parents and grandparents tell us is useful.  It can be difficult finding the time and the right way to go about having the money conversation with children where they will actually listen and take note, especially if we are talking with teenagers.  Start early and make the discussions open, fun and encourage questions.

Good Advice

Insurance through life

Insurance through life

Insurance has a role to play in most stages of our lives. But what we need when we’re young can be quite different to what’s required as an older person. Here’s a rough guide to what to think about, and when.

Your Wealth

7 Keys To A Successful Transition To Retirement

7 Keys To A Successful Transition To Retirement

If you have the ability to ‘roll with the punches’, you will be able to dictate how you approach most areas of your life.  There are changes that you can expect in retirement which are both positive and challenging and for many, the retirement years will see various ongoing transitions too.  Seeing yourself change is a challenge, however, forgetting your age and focusing on your ability, passions and drive to continue to achieve things in life, whatever your age, can keep you strong and loving life.