Share So WTF's A Tribe ?!?

Our Tribes are groups of people a bit like you. If we know a little about what stage you’re at, we can make sure we only talk to you about the useful stuff. If you’re 20, your first worry won’t be pensions. If you haven’t got kids, why bother with Junior ISA stuff? Geddit?

We can also show you what other people in your tribe are up to, what they’re asking and what advice they’ve found helpful. We can make money personal. Relevant. Even interesting!?!

We currently have 7 tribes but we are researching and planning more. Here are the tribes we have ready for you to join. If you don’t fit into any of these then tell us what you think your financial tribe is, or have a look at what’s on our drawing board.

Tired Parents –

In your 30s or 40s with a little ‘un at home?

A judgement-free zone for parents who listen to Iggle Piggle more than Phillip Hammond. Tips on wills, life cover & savings for the little tykes. Super-quick online options. Written by tired parents for tired parents.Let’s get going…

See what other Tired Parents are talking about.

The 3 key things you really need to know - facts and tips

Ladies Losing Out –

For women in your 40s & 50s who think that Maths sucks.

Straight-talking help for women who know there’s a smarter option than getting 0.0001% interest on cash, but can’t wade through the financial mud to find it. ISAs? Pensions? We show you how. This girl can!

See what other Ladies Losing Out are talking about.

The 3 key things you really need to know - facts and tips

Rebellious Renters –

In your 20s & 30s and worried about property?

A job’s not for life. Home’s not always where the heart is. So we say screw it. We’re the rebellious renters. we live for today. But underneath it all, we have a niggling feeling we don’t want to eat pot noodles forever. I want that flat!

See what other Rebellious Renters are talking about.

The 3 key things you really need to know - facts and tips

Sandwich Man –

Juggling kids and parents and feeling the strain

Ageing parents on one side? Expensive kids on the other? You may be the meat in this financial sandwich, but use your loaf, follow our three top tips and stop bloody worrying.

See what other Sandwich Men are talking about.

The 3 key things you really need to know - facts and tips

Everyday Entrepreneurs –

Steve Jobs never had to deal with this!

Practical help for small business owners who are struggling to juggle admin, staff, Christmas parties and the day job. With a special focus on Automatic Enrolment. Written by small business owners. For small business owners.

See what other Everyday Entrepreneurs are talking about.

The 3 things you really need to know – facts and tip

Distressed Divorcer –

Splitting the assets doesn't mean cutting the car in half

Practical tips and help for anyone considering or ploughing through the nightmare that is a divorce. Even leaving the emotional stuff to one side, the financial process ain’t much fun. Grab a glass of wine and let us help you through some of the mess.

See what other Distressed Divorcers are talking about.

The 3 things you really need to know – facts and tip

Suspicious Savers –

Fed up with interest rates but nervous about shares?

Fed up with interest rates but suspicious of the stock market? Investing does NOT have to be like gambling. Find out how you can start investing sensibly with decent providers.

See what other Suspicious Savers are talking about.

The 3 things you really need to know – facts and tip

None of those work for me

If these tribes don't help you, then have a look at who's next under our microscope. Or get in touch and tell us who you think we should be focusing on!

Grey Gliders

Go on own up... 50 is the new 21!

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Important stuff!

Holly and the team have worked in the finance industry for many years but we are not regulated to give you personal financial advice, nor are we regulated by the industry watchdog (although we do talk to them a lot). For every story on this site about a good investment, or something which went up by 10% or made someone £200, we could share a story about a bad investment, something which fell by 10% or lost someone £200. Nothing’s certain when investing so if you’re really unsure, or dealing with complicated stuff like working out what to do with a pension when you retire, we’d really suggest you get some financial advice. Here are some tips on  how to pick a good financial adviser. Or check out Unbiased or VouchedFor. Just remember, commission has been banned now so advisers need to be very clear with you about what you are paying them and when.