U.K. Links: Financial Literacy

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Employee Financial Well-Being Practical Guide
https://www.cipd.co.uk/Images/financial-well-being-practical-guidance-report_tcm18-17440.pdf
This report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) offers reasons companies should take a greater interest in employee financial wellbeing, as well as steps organisations can take. One-quarter of UK employees in the report said that financial problems have affected their performance at work. Some said it has created illness or sleep difficulty – not exactly precursors to a productive day at the office.

Make Money Make Sense
http://www.moneymakesense.co.uk/
This website contains a set of teaching materials designed to de-mystify the world of money and help you get to grips with your finances. It is designed for key stages 3 & 4 and ages 16+.

Financial Education from MoneySavingExpert.com
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/financial-education/
This site has links to useful articles, resources, and news about financial literacy and education.

MyBnk: Financial Education
http://mybnk.org/about/why-we-do-it-financial-education-enterprise/
MyBnk brings financial knowledge to life and provides workshops, education programs, and this cool website that promotes financial learning and literacy.

You, your kids and money
https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/corporate/you-your-kids-and-money
This site has videos and activities to help parents teach their child the habits that lead to being a money-savvy adult. The activities are designed to be entertaining as well as educational. Take a look and then have fun doing them together.

The Money Charity
http://themoneycharity.org.uk/workshops-training/adults/
The Money Charity develops and delivers products and services which provide education, information and advice on money matters, in an appropriate way for young people and adults.

By | 2018-02-22T08:25:31+00:00 September 17th, 2016|Categories: Financial Literacy, Personal Finance Tools, United Kingdom|Comments Off on U.K. Links: Financial Literacy