SATs, financial education and why it's time for us all to get off our 'Rs'

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 | Blog | By Justin Urquhart Stewart

They say good things come in threes. But the three ‘Rs’ gets you just three words and only one of which actually begins with the letter R!

We're all responsible for teaching kids about finance

Monday, 14 May 2018 | Blog | By Helen Knapman

It’s the responsibility of all of us to ensure children are taught about personal finance, the results of a recent poll reveal.

To be charged for a student loan or not to be charged, that is the question

Tuesday, 27 March 2018 | Blog | By Helen Knapman

Hamlet’s soliloquy is one I studied during my A-levels, while weighing up whether to go on to study for an English literature or a journalism degree.

Government announces major review of student loans

Monday, 19 February 2018 | News

Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a major review of student financing in England, after sustained criticism of the current system.

High student loan interest rates deemed ‘questionable’ by MPs

Sunday, 18 February 2018 | News

The government must consider lowering the high interest rates it charges on student loans, a cross-party group of MPs has said.

WIN £12,500 of prizes for schools with our 2018 Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition

Wednesday, 02 May 2018 | Article

Enter the 2018 Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition now to win £12,500 of prizes for your school.

A third of teens ‘carefree’ with their cash

Monday, 14 August 2017 | News

The summer holidays are in full swing, but 35% of teens are being “carefree” or not very careful with their cash, Equifax research reveals.

Funny money: Kids celebrate as tooth fairy inflation hits 4.9%

Tuesday, 08 August 2017 | News

The amount of money the tooth fairy leaves under a child’s pillow has increased by 4.9% in the last year.

Best paid jobs you don’t need a degree for

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 | News

As sixth-formers start a long summer waiting for A-level results, wondering whether all that hard work has paid off, new analysis from recruitment site Indeed shows that you don’t need to go to university and get a degree to...

Money makeover: “Can we educate our three children privately and have enough left over for retirement?”

Wednesday, 07 June 2017 | Article

For Kevin Short and Ruth Kirtland, private schooling for their sons is high on their wishlist, along with a comfortable retirement – but they’ll need to compromise.