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pocket money halifax survey august 2015

Posted by Alessia Giustiniano on 3rd September 2015

pocket money halifax survey august 2015

The latest data on pocket money shows that children's allowance has never really recovered since the financial crisis, albeit parents today remain more generous than 20 years ago. HootLoot believes this is due to higher costs passed down to children in relation to media and technology.

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The power of compounding

Posted on 10th October 2014

We recently stumbled upon this great quote from Albert Einstein: “Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world, if you understand it, you earn it….if you don’t… you pay it”, and we thought it would be a good idea to dedicate this week’s infofriday to it !

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New Baby Economics

Posted by Alessia Giustiniano on 19th September 2014

How much does a new baby cost? What do you really need to buy? These are the recurring questions that every new parent-to-be is together excited and terrified to ask. HootLoot takes a look at this and costs it out for you.

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How Children's Investments Have Performed

Posted on 5th September 2014

This week we take a look at investment options for children. We have taken £1,000 invested in 2005 (launch of the Child Trust Fund) and looked at how investment options would have performed.

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The value of a University degree worldwide

Posted on 29th August 2014

The value of a University degree worldwide

Infographic - HootLoot looks at the value of a university degree around the world

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The cost of raising a child in 2014

Posted on 15th August 2014

Following last week's post about the rising costs of a University degree, this weeks info-graphic, based on the recent CPAG's report, looks into the scary cost of raising a child in the UK and just how much it has been increasing each year.

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INFOFRIDAY - What kids really think

Posted on 7th August 2014

INFOFRIDAY - What kids really think

From the latest iGeneration Report from Fun Kids Radio on approximate 2,000 UK children from 8 to 18 years of age. When asked about important things, kids answered that would rather be happy, kind and have a loving family than be popular, famous or pretty!

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