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A. Connect money to your life

Learn why money is important and how it is linked to your life stage. Define what money means to you and build a healthy relationship with it. 

  • A2. Understand why money is important

    It’s important to remember that money is a tool, not a means in itself. But too often, it’s a tool that we don’t know how to wield, or one that makes us feel self-conscious and confused. This is particularly problematic for women, who have long been shut out of the finance world and taught to be cautious savers, rather than savvy investors. In this level, we’ll discuss how important it is to grow our financial confidence.

  • A3. Define what money means to you

    In this module, we’ll look at how money can contribute to your happiness (and the ways in which it can’t). We’ll examine your unquestioned assumptions about money and its role in your life. We’ll run through everyone’s most common money worries and bad financial habits, and then, together, try to identify what yours might be and how to work on them.

  • A4. Talk about money with confidence

    More than half of Britain's adults deem money to be a taboo subject, and more than 28 million said that they would be more confident talking about sex, religion or politics instead. In the UK, 32% of adults say that they find talking about money to be stressful, and 43% said that it was embarrassing. But why do we feel that way? Money is such an important and key part of our lives, yet it seems we’d rather watch a Game of Thrones sex scene with our parents than bring up a conversation about about their bank accounts.