A Young Person's Guide to Money

Our latest guide has been revised for 2020 and has everything needed to deliver practical financial education to young people, whether they’re currently being homeschooled, already back at school or preparing for a return in September.

Our Young Person’s Guide to Money covers seven key sections, helping children and their families to gain a deeper understanding of:

  • Earnings and taxation
  • Budgeting
  • Saving money
  • Investing money
  • Retirement planning
  • Mortgages
  • Financial protection

As you work through the guide, there are interactive quizzes to test learners and help cement their new knowledge.

Free financial education for young people

We’re delighted to have produced our guide in conjunction with leading industry partners Aviva, Royal London and Zurich which many people will recognize as household names. Our partners share the same commitment as NMBA when it comes to providing free education to young people on all aspects of finance.

Free financial education for young people - Aviva Free financial education for young people - Royal London Free financial education for young people - Zurich

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To get started you can download a digital copy using the link below or complete our short order form and we’ll print and deliver as many guides as you need for free. You can also request our additional support materials such as PowerPoint presentations and quiz materials.

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Become a financial adviser

As well as educating young people on Financial Capability, NMBA is a specialist training provider, supporting people who want to train for a career in financial advice, through our government backed apprenticeship programme.

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