Tag Archives: Money

Glasgow: Get good with money and have more of it

Join Laurie MacPherson of the Grow Consultancy on Wednesday 29 May 6.00pm – 8.00pm for her workshop on ‘How to get good with money and have more of it‘. Are you sick of having too much month for your money? Do you earn decent money but never have anything to show for it? Do you joke about being bad with …

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Protect yourself from financial fraud

Take Five Fraud

Virgin Money are proud to be joining forces with other UK banks to support Financial Fraud Action UK’s Take Five campaign. This national initiative is designed to educate consumers on how to protect themselves against financial fraud. Awareness sessions Virgin Money are offering a series of awareness sessions for customers and their guests, held in the relaxed setting of Virgin …

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LifeSavers – Financial Education for Primary Schools

Life Savers

LifeSavers is a primary school education programme which is funded by both Virgin Money and the government. It introduces young people to money and helps them develop good money habits around managements and savings. The programme is run by the Just Finance Foundation – a charitable body of the Church of England – who work in partnership with Young Enterprise. Accompanied …

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Help with money – What to do in different situations

Help with money

Occasionally we can find ourselves in a new situation or stage in life which brings different financial challenges. To help you manage these changes, here’s our selection of guides from The Money Advice Service. Family and home Having a baby Help with managing your money before, during and after the birth of your baby. Maternity and paternity rights How to …

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Economy predictions for 2014

Economy predictions for 2014

By independent expert Tony Hazell It’s all systems go for the UK, with 2014 heralding better times as we reap the benefits of the long-awaited economic recovery. There should be more good news on jobs, and mortgage rates should stay low. Rapidly rising energy bills remain one blot on the landscape. The European Commission predicts the UK will be the …

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Pension options if you’re self-employed

By independent expert Harvey Jones It’s just as important to think about your pension if you’re self-employed as if you’re employed – but nearly half of all self-employed people have no pension savings at all. The self-employed have to work harder to save for retirement, because they won’t get employer’s pension contributions or qualify for the new government-backed auto-enrolment workplace …

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