The Initiative for Financial Wellbeing – https://initiativeforfinancialwellbeing.org.uk/
The IFW is dedicated to the study of how money can make us happy.
Meaningful Money https://meaningfulmoney.tv/
Pete Matthew’s popular weekly podcast and website provides engaging and accessible whole life financial advice.
You’re Not Broke You’re Pre-Rich by Emelie Bellet. Emilie is the founder and CEO of VESTPOD www.vestpod.com a digital platform and community that empowers women financially through education, workshops and events.
Alex Stedman aka The Frugality has also produced a practical guide to how she spends and saves money.
A more conventional finance book, but one that I found really very helpful is Your Retirement Salary by Richard Dyson and Richard Evans.
Money Advice Service https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en for free and impartial advice.
HMRC https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs for information on income tax, national insurance and pensions, PAYE, VAT.
(Note: Where author website was not found, links are to a Google search on the title)
New Economics Foundation https://neweconomics.org/
NEF aims to create a new economy that works for people and within environmental limits.
Kate Raworth and her doughnut economics model https://www.kateraworth.com/
The doughnut helps to forge a way beyond contemporary capitalism.
Centre for Local Economic Strategies https://cles.org.uk/
Positive Money https://positivemoney.org/
Institute of Public Policy Research https://www.ippr.org/
Joseph Rowntree Foundation https://www.jrf.org.uk/
New Economy Coalition https://neweconomy.net/
What Works Centre for Wellbeing https://whatworkswellbeing.org/
The Quakers New Economy project https://www.quaker.org.uk/our-work/economic-justice/new-economy
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