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Families talking finance

It’s all relative

Families can be great for advice, but would you talk to yours about money? We asked 4 families to open up to each other about their finances. Here’s what they had to say.

How do you feel about your finances? This candid chat between pairs of family members offers some real insight into the challenges they face and how they’re planning for their short and long-term financial goals.

Remember – while talking to your family can be a great help, you should seek professional advice when making important financial decisions.

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  • Life changes

    We can’t predict the future, but we can arrive there better prepared. Here are a few things people are saving for.

  • Keeping on top of it all

    Budgeting can be fun! No, really – sticking to a strict spending plan can be satisfying as well as rewarding. Pick up tips to stay on top. 

  • Getting on the property ladder

    Becoming a homeowner is something most of us aspire to but it’s more challenging than ever. Here’s a handful of issues you could face and how some people have overcome them.

  • Supporting your family financially

    A nest egg could help your child build a brighter future, or you could help them get on the property ladder with the Family Springboard mortgage.

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