The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many challenges at us. It’s changed how we work, shop and socialise. But for many, it’s had a significant impact on their finances. Whether you’ve struggled financially due to illness or a change in circumstances or, if on the other hand you’ve saved a bit more from going out and commuting less – Our plans and our finances have all been impacted in some way.
To help support you during this difficult period, we’ve teamed up with blogger and financial coach Catherine Morgan to help you stay #MoneySure. We’ve designed our #MoneySure campaign to help support you in managing your money and make the most of your finances. We’ll be working with Catherine to feature some exciting MoneySure podcasts over the next few months – We’ll post them once they go live so make sure you check back regularly!
We’ll be providing a range of helpful guides and resources focused on our three main things:
Lockdown has been tough for many. If you need support with managing your finances during this period, read our guides and resources to help you manage your money in a way that works for you.
Paul Went, our Consumer Managing Director, talked to financial coach Catherine Morgan about the impact lockdown has had on people’s money and the ways they can recover financially after the lockdown. Follow the link to listen to the full podcast.
Visit recovering after lockdown for more useful guides and resources.
Look after you and your money. Events like the pandemic can lead to new types of scams using COVID-19 to exploit consumers. With so many different activities now taking place virtually – online safety is now more important than ever.
As we spend more time at home, online safety is more important than ever. As part of our MoneySure campaign, we’ve teamed up with award-winning financial coach Catherine Morgan of the Money Panel to create a podcast offering guidance on how you can protect your money online.
Visit protecting your money for more useful guides and resources.
The new ‘normal’ has changed some of our spending habits. Whether you want to make the most of your finances or save a bit more - here you’ll find some useful tips to help you save and make the most of your budget.
A lot has changed this year, including how we spend our money. Whether you want to save a bit more or make the most of the money you’re no longer spending, we’ve teamed up with financial coach Catherine Morgan of the Money Panel to create a podcast to help you manage your money.
Visit making the most of your money for more useful guides and resources.
Paul Went, our Managing Director or Consumer Lending provides some tips on how to manage your finances.
Paul Went, our Managing Director or Consumer Lending explains how payment deferrals work and what you need to be aware of.
Our approach is based on good sense, honesty and clarity.
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