There are two Money Matrix Board Games. This interactive game is green and orange is for 12 to 14 year olds. There is the option of playing as a single player or as two players (or two teams). There is also a 'game practice' option, which allows users to play the sub-games independently from the main board.
Explanations of the common ways of keeping financial records: ATM receipts, bills, building society or bank statements, online banking and more; includes an example of an income and expenditure sheet and a mobile phone bill.
Dave helps his uncle Pete with some painting; and when he receives a cheque for the work, he's told he needs to open a bank account. He chooses a savings account because he wants to save up for small things, like a private jet.
When moving into her new flat, Jaynee is nervous about keeping on top of her finances. Jaynee opens a current account and is able to transfer, direct debit and write cheques with as little fuss as possible. This short film includes:
Money makes the world go round is what they say. At the heart of all this are ATMs (automatic teller machines). Lenny has dinner plans and needs cash, he knows his way round an ATM, topping up his phone and checking how much money he needs to woo his hot date.
What is a chip and PIN? Is it a potato kebab? No, it stands for 'chip', which is your card, and 'PIN' which is your personal identification number. A chip and PIN combined, means your money is always safe.