Teaching Kids About Money
A little comparison is normal, but sometimes it can go too far. Want to cut down on those contrasts? Try these tips
Don’t let personal finance spook your kids. There are lots of fun ways to talk about money. Here’s how you can use Halloween to explain money
Unsure of how much money to give your children? Here’s how NatWest Rooster Money families do it…
Hocus pocus, here’s our focus on magic and money, to mark the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.
Lights, camera, keer-ching! Following the Academy Awards, we take a look at what filmmaking can tell us about money making.
This year, give the gift of money sense, by reading through this kids’ guide to Christmas economics
As COP26 draws to a close, we look at how climate change can teach children a bit about economics, consumer power and personal finance
Help your children save up for the Christmas period, via these tips from RoosterMoney, the smart pocket-money app
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a great way to discuss money with the kids. Here’s how superheroes can explain one of our greatest mortal concerns: money
We’ve teamed up with Stride Ventures to help teach kids vital money lessons in schools.
They might have been outlaws on the high seas, but pirates of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century still followed a few financial rules…
Are you praising ‘A’s or trying to get your child to mend their ways? In either case, there’s a good and bad way to approach end of year reports. Here’s how we think you should do it.
Space exploration has unveiled the mysteries of the Cosmos, and also firmed up a few monetary facts, back on the ground!
From ancient currency to modern taxes, chocolate has a lot to teach us
We give our children everything. Do we really need to top that up with a little bit of extra cash every week or month? Perhaps. Don’t underestimate the importance of pocket money.