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Tax on savings and investments: discover ways to save tax-free

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Tax on savings and investments: discover ways to save tax-free How can you save and invest without having to pay […]

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How to plan for long term savings goals

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How to plan for long term savings goals How should you approach saving over the long term? What are long […]

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Planning the perfect celebration

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Planning the perfect celebration In this article, we’ve outlined some handy tips to help you avoid the last-minute hustle of […]

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Gifts that keep on giving

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Gifts that keep on giving With Christmas just around the corner, the festive clock is well and truly ticking If […]

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Daily tips for first-time savers

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Daily tips for first-time savers Here are some of the ways you can start making a real difference in your […]

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Allowances vs. part-time jobs

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Allowances vs. part-time jobs So should you be giving them an allowance? How much should they get? Should they help […]

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Start your journey on the road whilst saving cost

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Starting your journey on the road whilst saving cost Getting started We’ve put together a quick start checklist on starting […]

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5 misconceptions about insuring a learner driver

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5 misconceptions about insuring a learner driver If you’re a parent wondering what the best way is to help your […]

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Pandemic Pocket Money

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Pandemic pocket money Pandemic Pressures There are several reasons why teens have been affected so much. Many parents are struggling […]

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How teens are becoming greener thinkers

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How teens are becoming greener thinkers The push for change We carried out research with teens in the UK, aged […]

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Simple Ways to Make Your Life Greener

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Simple ways to make your life greener Small changes, big difference There are many small changes we can make in […]

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Recycled IT means brand new tech for Brighton school

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Recycled IT means brand new tech for Brighton school As a financial organisation we have a regulatory obligation to dispose […]

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My letter to the Chancellor

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Letter to the Chancellor We urgently want the Chancellor to find a way for child trust fund holders who cannot […]

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The Pandemic Pound

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The pandemic pound: Where cashless is more Is cashless the new normal? Earlier this year, we asked the question of […]

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How you can be ethically aware when investing

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How you can be ethically aware when investing Stocks & Shares (through a company that cares) Here at OneFamily, we’re […]

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7 Financial Habits You Need to Get Into

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7 Financial habits you need to get into Financial habits to adopt 31% of Brits surveyed in 2019 said that […]

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How we’re trying to help more disabled teens access their Child Trust Funds

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How we’re helping disabled teens access their Child Trust Funds The history Child Trust Funds are long term savings and […]

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We support 10000 black interns

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We support #10000BlackInterns We’re supporting a campaign that will transform the horizons and prospects of young Black people in the […]

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Ways to spend less and save the pennies at Christmas

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Ways to spend less and save the pennies at Christmas Spreading Christmas magic Although it may be quite different this […]

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OneFamily’s Financial Jargon Buster

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OneFamily’s Financial Jargon Buster So we’ve put together the following guide, to help explain all the financial jargon you may […]

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Great expectations of teens in the UK

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Great expectations of the teenage mind We carried out some research on fellow teenagers, which revealed the milestones people believed […]

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Tips to help your teen start their driving journey

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Tips to help your teen start their driving journey It’s an exciting and scary time for both parents and teens […]

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Helping your teen afford university

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Helping your teen afford university Student loans – how do they work? Student loans can be mysterious. They don’t function […]

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Doing what’s right

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Doing what’s right I think the mutual sector might be having a bit of a moment. A feeling in the […]

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Being nimble

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Being nimble Nimble isn’t a word you’d ordinarily use to describe a financial organisation, but I’d argue that being agile […]

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My challenge to myself

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My challenge to myself Perhaps now is the time to trade remorse for activity; to do something positive. This is […]

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Putting you first

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Putting you first The new restrictions have been a shock to our normality and, as a society, we are having […]

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Are we ready for a cashless society?

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Are we ready for a cashless society? For the young and digitally savvy, cashless makes sense. But a 2018 report […]

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Encouraging a balanced attitude towards money

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Encouraging a balanced attitude towards money A balanced human being Ideally, we want our kids to grow up appreciating the […]

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How to educate your children on the cost of living

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How to educate your children on the cost of living The road to independence For most teens, the promise of […]

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The cost of learning to drive

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The cost of learning to drive Learning to drive may be a near-universal milestone, but it doesn’t come cheap. Here […]

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Top 5 money management tips for teens

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Top 5 money management tips for teens Money management is boring. That never changes. But spending smart means having more […]

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What is a friendly society?

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What is a friendly society? OneFamily is a friendly society, but what does that mean? With a myriad of business […]

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Should you charge your kids rent?

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Should you charge your kids rent? Children are taking longer to ‘fly the nest’ Children are living in the family […]

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OneFamily’s Brexit statement

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OneFamily – Brexit and Overseas Customers We operate all our policies for our overseas customers in the same way we […]

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Where is the best place to live and work in the UK?

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What are the best places to live and work in the UK? Find the best cities to live, work and […]

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Children’s Savings Guide

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Children’s Savings Guide Great expectations What kind of expectations does your child have? Our research has shown that teens expect […]

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Five ways to help maximise your savings

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Five ways to maximise your savings Here are five ways to get the most from your money. Switch your bank […]

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How to make a financial plan for your family

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How to make a financial plan for your family Set financial goals The first step to making a financial plan […]

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Should you give your children pocket money?

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Should children get pocket money? Saving for the future A regular income allows kids to save regularly for the future. […]

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7 student budget hacks for saving money at university

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7 student budget hacks for saving money at university Seven money saving tips Eating nothing but cold beans for the […]

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