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Financial Education at your fingertips

With November being Financial Litteracy Month, UNI offers you easy tips to integrate into your day.

Children's Financial Education Starts at Home

Talking to our children about money helps to foster both their interest and sound financial habits. Find out the 4 questions that most children ask!

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From School Caisse to regular bank account: guiding your child toward financial independence

Is your child turning 15 soon? If so, they'll also soon qualify for a regular bank account. Learn to guide your child through this important change.

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Financial Independence: How to Start Working Less or Retire Earlier

Money in your pocket: How changing your consumer habits and your relationship with work and managing your finances can help you achieve financial independence.

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Define a household budget now in order to avoid financial headaches for the rest of the year!

Define a household budget now in order to avoid financial headaches for the rest of the year!

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TIP 1

Consume better, live better

Ask yourself the following questions before making any purchase:

Is this really a need?
Can I buy it second hand?
Can I wait for it to go on sale?
Would a less expensive version be ok?

Being aware of your real needs leads us to make thoughtful choices about our consumption habits. The goal is not to deprive yourself, but to prioritize.

TIP 2

Set a simple and realistic monthly budget

Evaluate your spending habits by creating a detailed list of your expenses and incomes.

The "Budget Calculator" tool can give you the hand you need.

Following a budget is not always easy, but it is the starting point of good financial management.