Are you Money Ready?

Boost your financial fitness with MyBnk

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In partnership with Mybnk, we’re providing free resources to empower parents and young people to have conversations around financial stability and money readiness. Explore below a free knowledge base and bite-sized financial education courses to support your financial education and journey.

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Start with a monthly module

It’s important to exercise regularly, right? We believe it’s important that young people learn and think about their finances regularly too, which is why we’ve launched our Money Monthly course series.

Watch a bite-sized learning video

Short videos and quizzes including monthly modules to keep you thinking and learning about money, little and often.

Check your financial fitness with a quiz

Grow your knowledge and understanding of money. Everything from banking to borrowing, saving to spending.

Share your views and experiences

All young people should be able to share their views and experiences with money. We want to hear and learn from you.

Talk Money Week resources

Try our free Talk Money Week resources to help kickstart a conversation about money with your kids at home.

Talk Money Week PowerPoint

TMW secondary Educator Notes 2023

More ways to get Money Ready

Designed especially for young people, we have lots of ways your students can learn about money and boost their financial fitness. Have a finance question they need an answer to? Check out our money knowledge base, or ask our AI-powered MoneyBot.

Ask our AI-powered MoneyBot

Our AI chatbot is trained on our content and can give your students instant answers to their questions based on our trainers’ expert knowledge.

Search our knowledge base articles

Our knowledge base has answers to the most frequently asked questions young people have about money.

Find out about our in-person programmes

MyBnk offers a wide range of in-person financial education programmes for young people aged 5 – 25.

Loose Change

Tina Learns to Save

by Sonia Rach

Sonia Rach is Deputy News Editor at FTAdviser, Financial Times. Alongside her role, she is currently sitting exams towards the CII’s Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning.

Since joining the world of financial journalism in 2017, Sonia has worked at trade press titles Portfolio Adviser and Money Marketing. Prior to this, she spent three years in HR journalism where her interest in finance first sparked after she began about pensions and auto-enrolment. 

She is passionate about ensuring children receive financial education from a young age which has driven her to write this book.

Sonia’s career in journalism commenced after she completed an undergraduate degree in English Literature with Journalism from the university of Hertfordshire and an exchange programme at Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York.

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