Ulster Bank has very recently launched a new MoneySense resource, MoneySense at Home, developed to support parents in engaging their children on money issues. The site is free, aimed at giving practical guidance to parents and families on money issues. It’s an extension of, and signposts parents to, the bank’s existing MoneySense for School’s site which has been supporting financial education over the past 5 years in schools across the island of Ireland.
MoneySense at Home offers families guidance on budgeting, managing debt, getting value for money and raising awareness of the importance of talking about money.
Website resource: www.moneysense.ulsterbank.co.uk
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