Grandparent Money Saving Gifts

Giving The Gift of Saving (From a Distance)

It’s fair to say that the last year has been tough for everyone, with so many of us unable to see our loved ones, family and friends. Whilst lots of us have relied on virtual communication to keep in touch, there is no substitute for the real thing; being able to see, touch, cuddle, play and chat without the social distancing, face masks or dodgy internet connections interrupting our communication. 

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Benefits Of Teaching Delayed Gratification

Delayed heard Gratification
You may have about delayed gratification, you may have even heard of 'The Marshmallow Experiment', performed by, the psychologist Walter Mischel, over 40 years ago.

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Why Teach Your Kids About Money?

The importance of teaching your kids the concept of physical money and how to properly manage money cannot be overstated. A government study concluded that the population of the UK, while knowledgeable on financial terms such as APR, inflation etc. showed a dependence on borrowing to make ends meet.
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Importance Of Teaching Good Savings Habits

Teaching your children about money is important but it can be difficult. Children absorb behaviours by what goes on around them, and they’ll see paying for things by tapping your card here and there. That process, while seamless, is invisible and not at all obvious.

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coin slot, tree shaped moneybox

Why Teach Saving?

Teaching your children about money is important but it can be difficult. Children absorb behaviours by what goes on around them, and they’ll see paying for things by tapping your card here and there. That process, while seamless, is invisible and not at all obvious.

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First Blog

In today’s world money is almost entirely digital because of credit cards, contactless and online payments. Kids struggle to know the value of money when it isn’t tangible; they can’t see money grow.

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