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Christmas Super Savers!

The Christmas Carols are being piped through the supermarket speakers, the mountains of cardboard promotions are carefully positioned to collapse into your trolley as you push past. And you really hope that the kids are watching the box sets in the hope that they won’t be deluged with the latest Hasbro ads. Yep, it’s Christmas! Which has got us thinking about ways you can use this festive time

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A Christmas Giveaway!

It’s time for RoosterMoney’s very first competition for the chance to win one of two £50 Amazon vouchers! We’re getting into the holiday spirit and want to share the love with our users both old and new. We’re looking for snaps of you and your families’ #PocketMoneyTales, whether it’s showing off that new toy they just saved up for, that grin when they’ve got

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Taking stuff to a charity shop? Get your children involved!

After our post on teaching kids the value of money I thought I would follow up with one of my favourite ways of putting that into practice! Last weekend we carted a car boot full of stuff to our local charity shop. Old Clothes that we didn’t think would sell for much on Ebay, books that looked nice on the shelf but were definitely never going to be read

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Top tips to teach your kids the value of money

Off the back of our post on how to involve your kids in family budget busting, here are a few tips from RoosterMoney HQ on teaching kids about the value money and managing it well. Teaching with pennies will prepare them for pounds As with anything, start small before going big. The earlier you can get children into handling money – which can just be counting out combinations of 1, 2

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Get your children involved in some family budget busting

In support of Financial Capability Week, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of financial capability and what it means, we thought we’d post a little something to inspire you to get your children on the road to being financially capable themselves. Getting your children involved in the family budget helps you do two things. It encourages them to understand that the costs the Bank of Mum and

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