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Financial wellbeing tips for teachers

Updated: Dec 13, 2022

With the latest news of pay freezes for teachers we thought it really important to touch on financial wellbeing. We know finances can impact our wellbeing so in our latest podcast we speak to Ryan Briggs, Client Relationship Manager at Wronski Wealth Management and accredited specialist in financial education and wellbeing.

Financial wellbeing is a state of being where a person can meet current and ongoing financial obligations, feel secure in their financial future, and is able to make choices that allow them to live life to the fullest. US Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

If you are are struggling with your finances and it’s impacting your wellbeing, there is support out there. Please get in touch with any of the the below organisations;

  1. If you’re struggling or in crisis, get free debt advice as soon as you can. StepChange, Citizens Advice and National Debtline are the first ports of call. Also check for any state support you may be entitled to, with the benefits calculators at Turn2Us and Entitledto are a good place to start.

Here’s a few recomended videos regarding Financial Education and Wellbeing:

If you would like to know more about financial wellbeing for you, your family, your business or your employees then feel free to get in touch or book a “Financial Guidance Appointment.”

If you are concerned about staff or student wellbeing at your school we have an innovative platform, which can help you monitor and improve wellbeing and personal development. Find out more below…

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