Setting aside some money for your child’s future is one thing, but if you want it to keep up with the rate of inflation, then you will, at the very least, need to put it in a high-interest bank account. If you want it to grow in a meaningful way, you’ll need to think about investing.
I love taking photos. I especially love taking photos of my family. I think it’s so important to preserve all the memories. Not just the big things, but the every day moments as well. It’s a way of preserving memories.
It shouldn’t be tricky should it? I mean choosing a lunch box should be like a two second task right? It’s just a lunch box, aren’t they all the same?
Crisp and Co. – a UK legal firm, specialising in family law have shared some of their top tips for dealing with a break-up, and helping your kids to get through it as well.
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Life as we know it has changed drastically compared to the last couple of decades. Parents, and often mums in particular are now more than ever tasked with endless amounts of responsibilities at work, and then have to come home and prepare lunches, put clothes in the washer, and provide an environment for their children to learn and grow to be healthy and happy adults someday.
Saving for your children or your grandchildren’s future is not easy these days, but it is as important as ever. Here’s a bit more about how ISA’s can be of benefit.
With Half Term here next week and the Easter school holidays fast approaching too, having a few quick, cheap and easy ideas of things to occupy the children at home can be really useful.