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Master your Moneyverse

Master your Moneyverse…

…and make money work for you

We’ve all got our own personal relationship with money – the way we spend it, save it, (try to) look after it and use it to help reach our goals and shape our dreams. This is your Moneyverse. It’s as unique as you are and we can help you become its master.

What does it mean to master your Moneyverse? It’s different for everyone. To help, we’ve brought together a range of fun articles, videos, guides, tips and more.

Together with real life stories, they’ll help you take charge of your personal finances, and give you greater confidence to take the right financial steps.

Maybe you’d just like to get on top of your bills or kick off a regular savings habit to plan for your (and your kids’) future. Or perhaps you’re keen to practise money mindfulness and learn how to make your money work hard for you.

Whatever your goal, we’re here to help you make the most of your Moneyverse.

How do you want to master your Moneyverse?

Here’s how we can help you make money work for you – the fun way

  • All articles
    Money Psychology

    5 things not to say to your partner

    It’s easy to say the wrong thing about money when you’re in a couple. Here are five phrases to help you keep the peace (and five to avoid).   

    Money psychology

    The Moneyverse mindsets

    We all have our own approach to money, so here’s a light-hearted (and totally non-scientific) look at six very different Moneyverse mindsets.

    making your money work hard

    Make money from your home

    It’s always a treat to find a few quid down the back of the sofa. But did you know you could have thousands more pounds hidden elsewhere in your home?

    Making your money work hard

    Are you missing out on money?

    Got a spare hour or two for a bit of simple admin?

     A child playing with Lego bricks
    Kids and money

    Teaching your children about money

    Discover 12 fun ways to teach your children about money and help nurture good financial habits from an early age.

    Events

    How Covid is changing the way we spend and save

    Has the Covid pandemic reset your relationship with money? From a ‘shift to thrift’ to carrying less cash and a new appetite for investing, here’s how to take advantage and make money work for you.

     A family with young children take a walk in the woods in autumn
    Making your money work hard

    Top tips to tackle your financial goals

    We ask financial experts for their top tips on how you can tackle your money goals, from quick wins to planning for your family’s future.

    Money psychology

    Are you mindful with your money?

    See if money mindfulness can work for you. Face up to your spending, stay in control and save money.

    Girl using computer
    Kids and money

    Start a conversation with your kids about cash (and know what to cover too)

    Timely chats about spending and saving at a young age can help to nurture a healthy relationship with money for the future.

    Day-to-day spending

    10 great money saving tips

    We’ve gathered 10 of the best personal finance hacks – savvy shortcuts to bolster your bank balance.

    Day-to-day spending

    Savvy ways to save without noticing

    Smart tweaks to your everyday financial habits could help boost your savings.

  • Day-to-day spending
    Family smiling with 2 children
    Day-to-day spending

    10 great money saving tips

    We’ve gathered 10 of the best personal finance hacks – savvy shortcuts to bolster your bank balance.

    Day-to-day spending

    Savvy ways to save without noticing

    Smart tweaks to your everyday financial habits could help boost your savings.

  • Money Psychology
    Money Psychology

    5 things not to say to your partner

    It’s easy to say the wrong thing about money when you’re in a couple. Here are five phrases to help you keep the peace (and five to avoid).   

    Money psychology

    The Moneyverse mindsets

    We all have our own approach to money, so here’s a light-hearted (and totally non-scientific) look at six very different Moneyverse mindsets.

    Young woman wearing a pink sweatshirt with her arms outstretched in front of a yellow wall
    Money psychology

    Are you mindful with your money?

    See if money mindfulness can work for you. Face up to your spending, stay in control and save money.

  • Making your money work hard
    making your money work hard

    Make money from your home

    It’s always a treat to find a few quid down the back of the sofa. But did you know you could have thousands more pounds hidden elsewhere in your home?

    Making your money work hard

    Are you missing out on money?

    Got a spare hour or two for a bit of simple admin?

     A family with young children take a walk in the woods in autumn
    Making your money work hard

    Top tips to tackle your financial goals

    We ask financial experts for their top tips on how you can tackle your money goals, from quick wins to planning for your family’s future.

  • Events
    Events

    How Covid is changing the way we spend and save

    Has the Covid pandemic reset your relationship with money? From a ‘shift to thrift’ to carrying less cash and a new appetite for investing, here’s how to take advantage and make money work for you.

  • Kids and money
     A child playing with Lego bricks
    Kids and money

    Teaching your children about money

    Discover 12 fun ways to teach your children about money and help nurture good financial habits from an early age.

    Girl using computer
    Kids and money

    Start a conversation with your kids about cash (and know what to cover too)

    Timely chats about spending and saving at a young age can help to nurture a healthy relationship with money for the future.

Little Spenders

Little Spenders

Where the kids rule the family finances!

Being taught basic money skills as a kid can help you progress in life. So we decided to try a fun experiment to see what would happen if the Bhaker family gave control of the weekly finances to their kids – and discover if they learned any lessons.

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