Financial wellness

These resources can help you manage your financial wellbeing.

  • Young man reading a book in the countryside

    Is your money mindset pushing you into debt?

    Exclusive content from Rosie Mullender for the Retail Trust in association with Openpay

    We all tell ourselves stories about money – but these 6 scripts are ones to avoid

  • Woman walking dog in a park

    Five steps to help you curb emotional overspending

    Exclusive content from Rosie Mullender for the Retail Trust in association with Openpay

    If you find yourself reaching for your wallet every time you hit an emotional high or low, it’s time to take charge of your money.

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    The twelve ways of achieving financial wellness

    Exclusive content from Louis Masserella for the Retail Trust

    Save more, spend less and reduce stress with our simple tips for managing your finances more efficiently. 

  • Family putting money in a piggy bank

    Ten quick finance fixes

    Exclusive content from Michelle Eshkeri for the Retail Trust

     Want to see a difference in your finances, fast? Try these ten quick-fire tips from financial services copywriter Michelle Eshkeri.

  • COuple looking at a laptop in their home whilst sifting through paperwork

    How to pay your next bill

    Exclusive content from Louis Masserella for the Retail Trust

    Whether it’s Covid-related, a sign of mounting debts or you’re simply a little short of money, it’s sometimes hard to keep on top of your day-to-day finances. So, follow our top tips for balancing the books as quickly and satisfactorily as possible. 

  • Woman sat on windowsill counting change

    The importance of financial wellbeing

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    The term financial wellbeing is becoming used more frequently. We will look at what financial wellbeing is, why it is important and offer some simple tips that will allow you to be more aware when it comes to your own finances.

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    Looking after your financial wellbeing as a student

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust partnered with PayPlan

    Looking after your financial wellness is extremely important, particularly as a student. Financial wellbeing is all about feeling secure. It’s having enough to get by, but also being aware of how money can affect your physical, mental and social health.

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    Looking after your financial wellness

    Exclusive content from the Retail Trust

    We all have money worries from time to time, and given the uncertainty we are facing due to COVID-19, it’s essential that we arm ourselves with as many coping strategies and best practices as we can. Here are some positive steps which you can take to look after your financial wellbeing.

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    Five steps to building financial resilience

    Source: Wagestream

    Financial resilience is the ability to withstand any unexpected costs without them having a long-lasting impact on your finances. Wagestream have identified five steps that you can take to develop your financial resilience.

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  • Managing stress
  • Giving up smoking
  • Core skills to help you at work
  • CV and interview support
  • Redundancy
  • Loss and bereavement