Monthly Archives: May 2011

How can young drivers afford to get on the road?

17- 25 year olds are paying a high price for their poor safety record in CARS. BUT WITH MANY OF US UNABLE TO AFFORD INSURANCE, IS THERE A WAY TO CUT DOWN THE PREMIUMS AND GET OUR GENERATION BACK IN … Continue reading

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My Weekly Young Money Links

news and views from the internet, all relevant to young finance fans!   How young people are being taught some truly valuable lessons. Daily Mail Money We suspect many young people are being exploited as interns. This excellent website is … Continue reading

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How to get a smart deal on your smartphone

As the iPhone 4 becomes Britain’s most popular phone, long-term contracts have been ushered in to allow customers to spread the cost of this pricey HANDSET. HOWEVER, when young people need flexible and affordable options,  shorter contracts and cheaper smartphones … Continue reading

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Competitions and student discounts: festivals follow-up

Get clicking and you never know, you might save a fortune and get top tickets this summer for free – or at a nifty discount As tickets get more and more expensive, it is little wonder that so many competitions … Continue reading

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Have festivals got too expensive for young fans?

IONA’S MONEY BLOG – THE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR YOUNG PEOPLE – STARTS HERE!   Young music fans have snubbed the Reading and Leeds Festival this year – is a stale line-up to blame? Or are rising tickets costs, … Continue reading

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