Manchester, UK (PRWEB) September 11, 2009
Financial solutions company Think Money has launched its Financial Guide for New Parents ( http://www.thinkmoney.com/money-guides/financial-guide-for-new-parents/ ): a comprehensive guide aimed at helping new parents make the most of their finances.
The guide covers four key areas of parents' finances: benefits and tax credits, financial management, preparing for the future and advice for working parents.
Think Money's guide offers useful and practical advice to help new and existing parents alike take the best care of their money.
Melanie Taylor, Head of Corporate Relations at Think Money, comments: "We put together this guide because we find that parents are often not aware of all the support available to them.
"New parents may be surprised at the amount of financial support available. In the current economic climate, that help is all the more valuable.
"Because bringing up a child can mean the loss of one parent's income, as well as added expense, many parents worry about what the future may hold financially. Thankfully, the range of benefits and tax credits on offer can help to limit the financial impact of parenthood.
"The guide also offers advice on things like savings, budgeting and employment rights, and can help new parents get off to a good start with their money."
Notes to Editors
The guide is available online here: http://www.thinkmoney.com/money-guides/financial-guide-for-new-parents/
One of the UK's leading financial solutions providers, Think Money is based in Salford Quays, Manchester, and employs around 600 employees to deliver a comprehensive range of debt, loan, insurance and banking solutions.
Think Money defines its mission as 'To educate, rehabilitate and advise on all aspects of financial management'.
For more information, contact Melanie.Taylor@thinkmoney.com (0845 056 6480) or visit the Think Money website at http://www.thinkmoney.com/.
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