Family life

Family of four now needs £40,800 a year to survive

Monday, 10 July 2017 | News

Rising inflation and growing household costs mean the average family of four needs an annual income of £40,800 per year to survive.

Students face £57,000 debts on leaving university

Wednesday, 05 July 2017 | News

The poorest university students face total debts of more than £57,000 on graduating, according to new research.

Claire Fovargue wins Moneywise Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Award 2017

Monday, 26 June 2017 | News

Moneywise has announced the winner of its Personal Finance Teacher of the Year 2017 competition, sponsored by Old Mutual Wealth.

Budgeting is the most important skill children should learn, say Moneywise users

Thursday, 22 June 2017 | News

Learning how to budget is the most important financial information children should learn, according to our latest poll results.

My Money Week: ‘Saving is the most important thing kids should learn about money’

Monday, 12 June 2017 | News

Seven in 10 (71%) parents and grandparents believe saving is the most important aspect of managing money children should learn about, according to new research.

Young people across the country are getting involved in My Money Week

Wednesday, 07 June 2017 | Blog | By Russell Winnard

Students across the country are about to get excited about money, writes Russell Winnard, head of educator facing programme and services at Young Enterprise. 

Parents urged to beat childcare voucher deadline

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 | News

There is less than a year left for parents to register for childcare vouchers before a new government initiative fully replaces the current scheme.

Three in ten Moneywise users don’t pay kids pocket money

Thursday, 11 May 2017 | News

Three in ten Moneywise users (29%) don’t pay their kids pocket money, according to the results of our recent poll.

Five fun apps teach kids about money

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 | Article

There is a lot of work to do to help our children understand money better.

Protecting children from money issues can have negative impact on finances in adulthood

Thursday, 15 June 2017 | News

Parents should start teaching their children about money issues from as young as age four, or risk having a negative impact on their finances in adult life, according to new findings.