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Should you pay for grades?

Should you pay for grades? In this post we look at both sides of the debate as well as some tips and tricks for parents to get started.

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Managing screen time for your children

Many parents worry about how much time their children should spend staring at screens. Nowadays, we’re surrounded by televisions, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and computers. Here’s some help on how to manage it all.

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Talking About Compound Interest

Compound interest is the super power that expands your savings – or makes a mountain of debt. The earlier you understand compound interest, the earlier you can start making the most of it!

Ways to save money for your family

We know saving for your children is high on many parent’s list of priorities and can become stressful when you think of all the things you would like to help your little ones with. So here’s a few tips to get you started.

The Pocket Money Index – UK

Our Pocket Money Index is an annual snapshot of the monetary habits of kids aged 4-14 across the UK. Whether it’s the average allowance given per week, or the amounts paid for household chores are, you’ll find it all here.

Rooster Family Story: Meet the Kylven Family

Ross Kylven and his family have been using RoosterMoney since September last year to help better manage their money habits. Dad to Carter and Michelle, Ross runs theFIway.com and advocates financial literacy and independence.