Developing financially savvy kids – What parents need to know

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Neala Okuromade shares her knowledge on how to teach children to become financially savvy!

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Cut the cost of your wedding

Calculated by Hitched.co.uk, this bill includes a whopping £4,354 for the venue, £4,695 for the food and drink, and £923 for the rings. Even small items, such as invitations and make-up can come with hefty price tags, with these costing an average of £149 and £94 respectively. Family and friends can also play a huge part in keeping costs down. Neala Okuromade suggests a tip on how to cut costs.

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Moneywise – Book Of The Month Competition

Known as the UK’s number one magazine for personal finance, Moneywise have helped millions of people get the best out of their money. Their website is also renowned and respected in the UK as the leading personal finance website to go to.

In the month of January 2018 they selected “Whats Your Financial Gameplan – The Workbook” as their feature book of the month, to be entered for a competition.

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Informed Choice Radio Show

Martin Bamford: Today on the Informed Choice Radio show, I’m joined by Neala Okuromade. Neala is known for her passion aimed at personal finance. She’s the author of the book What’s Your Financial Gameplan? which deals with personal finance issues, founded on a long fascination for implementing practical solutions to everyday money problems. With over fourteen years’ experience in accounting, Neala is a member of the ‘Association of Certified Chartered Accountants’ during which time she has managed finance departments.

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Empowering and Encouraging Women into Finance

I deliver finance seminars/talks in colleges, universities, local community groups, churches etc. I have also just completed my second book on personal finances; this book is in a series of finance books I aim to write over the next few years of which I have now completed two. The aim of these books is to address the often-complex issues of financial planning and money matters making it simple, easy to use and easy to apply the principles and concepts learnt from the books. I took the knowledge and experience I acquired from my years in the corporate world and have tailored the information to individuals and families.

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Five tips to nail your Christmas spending plan

There is real societal pressure for families to spend more than they can afford this festive season, resulting in people feeling burdened as they attempt to “keep up with the Joneses”.

Companies have been using campaigns to persuade customers to spend their Christmas money as early as October. It’s become the most commercialised time of year – approximately £5.6 billion was spent last year on advertising and marketing in the run-up to Christmas, according to the Advertising Association.

Christmas in July? You’ll save cash and it’s cool to be different
According to comparison site GoCompare, in November 2016, the cost of Christmas for the average British

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