Talk Money Week
Talk Money Week is a national initiative, running from Monday 6 to Friday 10 November, to encourage people to have more open conversations about their money, from pocket money to pensions.
What is Talk Money Week?
Talk Money Week is a national initiative that promotes discussions about money matters, such as budgeting, saving, investing, debt management, and financial planning. It emphasizes the importance of financial education and encourages people to take control of their finances to achieve their financial goals and secure their future.
How to Participate in Talk Money Week 2023?
Participating in Talk Money Week allows you to improve your financial literacy and share your knowledge with others. Here are ways to get involved:
Start Conversations: Initiate discussions about money within your family, with friends, or in your community to promote a healthy dialogue around finances.
Attend Financial Workshops: Look for local workshops, webinars, or events that offer financial education and advice on topics like budgeting, investing, and retirement planning.
Seek Professional Advice: Consult with financial advisors or experts to address specific financial questions or concerns you may have.
Educate Yourself: Take advantage of online resources, books, and articles to enhance your financial literacy and understanding of personal finance concepts.
Share Tips and Knowledge: Share your own money-saving tips, strategies, and financial success stories on social media or with your community.
Support Financial Education Programs: Contribute to organizations that provide financial education and resources to underserved communities.
The link between money and mental health
Worries about money can have an impact on your mental health. And your mental health can affect how you manage your money. Learn more about how the two affect each other, and get tips for getting to know your money and mood patterns.
Follow this link to find some practical information on managing your money and mental health.
Start the conversation now, with Christmas just around the corner there is no better time to have conversations about money.
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