TALK MONEY WEEK 8 - 12 NOVEMBER 2021

Financial Health

Talk Money Week is an annual campaign to get the nation talking about money.

Each November the Money & Pensions Service (MaPS) encourage us to talk about managing money – from pocket money right through to pensions.

MoneyHelpers

On Thursday 11 November 4.00pm – 5.00pm EA have arranged for the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) to deliver a webinar to all EA staff demonstrating how their consumer brand MoneyHelpers can help provide us with the skills, knowledge and confidence to make the most of our money and pensions.

If you are interesting in learning more about MoneyHelpers and how they can help you, please Click here to book your ticket.

 

Online Financial Wellbeing Workshop

To further support the financial wellbeing of EA staff, we have in partnership with Kith & Kin Financial Solutions developed an Online Financial Wellbeing Workshop accessible to all staff via any electronic device.

The course provides access to confidential, free 1 to 1 support, guidance and advice on topics relevant to your personal financial needs.

Please click here to view Cate Conway from U105 giving a short demonstration of this quick and easy course.

To access the Online Financial Wellbeing Workshop click here

Research shows that people who talk about money:

  • Make better and less risky financial decisions
  • Have stronger personal relationships
  • Help their children form good money habits for life
  • Feel less stressed or anxious and more in control

Just as you take action to improve your physical health, you can also take some simple steps to feel more in control of your financial wellbeing too.

Listed below is a range of open access webinars containing advice, guidance and signposting, which we hope you will find useful.

Additional Voluntary Contributions –

Preparing for Retirement modules

Financial First Aid –

Free Will Writing Service

Consumer Council

“Good financial health is about having financial security and having the financial freedom to make choices, now and in the future”.

Financial Health Useful Resources

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Financial Health Helplines & Web Chats

Advice NI - Freephone advice helpline
MoneyHelper
Consumer Council