Talk Money WeekPosted on Nov 09, 2022
This week is Talk Money Week 2022. We know all too well that talking about money can be awkward, but with the cost of living and current energy crisis, talking about money is more important than ever!
Talk Money Week is a national campaign which this year focuses on ‘credit’. We know credit can be difficult to understand and is often inaccessible to many people. However, talking about credit and the benefits of borrowing can really help everyone understand the complex world of loans.
We understand that life can throw the unexpected – the car breaks down, or Christmas comes around again but Penny Post is here to help. Penny Post offers members a range of 5* award winning Personal Loans with manageable repayments straight from your pay.
Penny Post works with money and credit every day, and we understand that finances vary from person to person. We know talking about money and the need to borrow can be tough, but by having these difficult conversations, we hope to support more members on their journey to better credit and financial wellness.
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Get the family involved!
Talk Money Week isn’t just for adults – get the family involved!
Penny Post’s Young Saver Account is a great way to encourage younger people to save and manage money. Parents, Grandparents, and guardians who are Penny Post members can put money aside for their youngsters on a regular basis! Saving small amounts regularly is an easy way to help your family prepare for the future.
You’re never too young to start saving!
The Money and Pensions Service have useful resources to help you Talk Money with younger people, your family, and your friends.
We’re proud to support Talk Money Week for another year. We hope to encourage more people to talk openly about money, and know where to seek help should they need it. Talking about money will help you make better financial decisions, help children develop healthy lifetime money habits and reduce feelings of anxiety!
Want to know more about Talk Money Week and how you can start money conversations? Check out the website here.