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Week 1, Day 4: Conversations with those closest

Having the skills to navigate difficult conversations about money is so important, particularly with our families. But having these conversations can often be the most challenging.

Today we’re building on yesterday’s tool and giving more practical tips on how to have these conversations with those closest to us.

As you practise and learn, be kind to yourself and gentle with your partner or family member as you work towards having meaningful and constructive conversations about money.

If you are looking for someone you can trust to have an important money conversation with, please reach out to our financial counselling service here at Moneycare.


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