Take control of your money

Are you one of those people who ‘isn’t very good with money’? Perhaps you spend more than you can afford, put off dealing with bills, or never plan for the future? Designed by personal finance coach Simonne Gnessen and psychologist Professor Karen Pine, Do Money is an online programme designed to help you to take back control of your finances, one Do at a time.

Why is money so complicated?

For most of us, our relationship with money gets set long before adulthood. As we grow up and our finances get more complex, many of the things we learnt are no longer appropriate. And that can lead to all kinds of problems. Debt. Secrets from the people who care about us. Worry, anxiety and ill-health. But it doesn’t have to be like that. Do Money can help you to confront your habits and find new strategies to get a grip of your personal finances, now and for the future.


Do Money helps you:

  • Identify current habits
  • Take positive new actions
  • Try new behaviours
  • Reduce fears about money
  • Build a future strategy

It’s easy to sign up online and run the programme from your PC, phone or tablet:

  • Online sign up
  • 6 week programme
  • Tailored to you
  • Delivered by Text or email
  • Feedback at the end

How will Do Money help?

Do Money is a programme to help you get back in control of your money. To finally let go of some bad habits around money and to develop some better ones. Through a series of small, simple actions you will learn how to be good with money. You’ll start to let go of the fear, confusion, inertia or emotions that may have prevented you from dealing with money issues in the past. Through small actions you’ll achieve big results and, hopefully, have some fun along the way. And getting to grips with managing your money can bring a real buzz as well as a feeling of satisfaction and freedom.


  • Tailored for you
  • Easy to do
  • Puts you in control
  • Feel empowered
  • Have fun

"Understanding my financial position has given me the confidence to stand up to my partner. Our relationship is now so much better"

Do Money Do-er


debt problems are dealt with by Citizens Advice every working day.
(From Citizens Advice, 2013/14)