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Financial education for young adults

Helping to empower young people to level up their finances

Bills? Budgets? Borrowing? As we take on more adult responsibilities, it's easy to feel confused by financial jargon and terms that didn’t seem so important when you were growing up.

Now that you're becoming financially independent, we're here to support you, so you can get to grips with what it all means, helping you to level up your finances and make smarter choices with your money.

Banking 101

Helping you to understand the basics of banking and why getting a bank account is important.


Living independently can bring many exciting opportunities, but keeping track of your finances can become a challenge. Here are some budgeting tools and tips to help you make the most of your money.

Saving and borrowing

As you develop your financial independence, it's important to get into good money habits to protect your bank balance and avoid unmanageable debt.

Take some time to learn about the most effective savings techniques and discover what your options are if you ever need to borrow money. 

Safe and secure banking

Financial security can mean many things - from keeping your money safe from fraudsters to guarding against the unexpected events in everyday life. Learn how to spot fraud and how to protect yourself in case of unexpected loss of income.

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