Part B

(This discussion relies on having some answers to Question 3 in Part A).
4. How do you use your money to benefit the world? This could include:

  • Money you spend directly – on food, rent/mortgage, household products, entertainment, etc.
  • Money held in bank accounts that may be used by the bank(s) to make investments.
  • Money invested in the stock market, or elsewhere, that may support particular companies or business sectors.
  • Money given away, to individuals, charities or other organisations.

5. Is any of your money used in ways that may harm the world? This could include:

  • Money you spend directly – on food, rent/mortgage, household products, entertainment, etc.
  • Money held in bank accounts that may be used by the bank(s) to make investments.
  • Money invested in the stock market, or elsewhere, that may support particular companies or business sectors.
  • Money given away, to individuals, charities or other organisations.

6. To what extent do your answers fulfil your aims for your use of money (as in Question 1)?

7. If you are not upholding your values through your money as much as you would like, what are the obstacles that are stopping it from doing so?

8. Can these obstacles be tackled and if so, how? Do they involve personal change or social change? Can you pick out one obstacle, or a few, and plan to tackle it?

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