Monthly Archives: June 2011

My Weekly Young Money Links

News and Views from in the internet, all relevant to young finance fans! It is Money Week starting today, helping kids learn more about money management. Money Week Online Coming on the back of what I wrote this week, young … Continue reading

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Is free advice worth the price? Exclusive interview with the Money Advice Service on a future online ‘health check’ for young people

WE need a helping hand more than ever but many OF US can’t afford the fees of financial advisers. Will the free Money Advice Service guide us to a better place? Iona talks to the chairman about plans for specialised … Continue reading

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Getting young workers back on the job

Youth unemployment has officially dropped, but  many are  falling back on education and part-time work, with full-time careers remaining elusive. IONA LOOKS AT WHETHER TRAINING AND APPRENTICESHIPS COULD PROVIDE A DESPERATELY NEEDED REMEDY, PLUS DETAILS OF GOVERNMENT HELP YOU COULD … Continue reading

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My Weekly Young Money Links

News and views from the internet, all relevant to young finance fans!   Should the under 30s be saving for their pension? Jury is out on this one… Guardian Money Young employees are the first to suffer in the workplace, … Continue reading

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Welcome to “Generation Rent”

WE can’t get a mortgage and we’re struggling to pay record-high rents. SO CAN YOUNG PEOPLE ever GET AN AFFORDABLE ROOF OVER THEIR HEADS? If there ever was a classic “Catch 22” scenario, it is the one facing “Generation Rent”. … Continue reading

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