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The Initiative for Financial Wellbeing
The IFW is dedicated to the study of how money can make us happy.

Meaningful Money
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 a digital platform and community that empowers women financially through education, workshops and events.

Other books I found useful:

Open Up: the power of talking about money by Alex Holder and Money: a user’s guide by Laura Whateley.

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 for free and impartial advice.

HMRC 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)

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New Economics Foundation
NEF aims to create a new economy that works for people and within environmental limits.

Kate Raworth and her doughnut economics model
The doughnut helps to forge a way beyond contemporary capitalism.

Centre for Local Economic Strategies

Positive Money

Institute of Public Policy Research

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

New Economy Coalition


What Works Centre for Wellbeing

The Quakers New Economy project


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