Monthly Archives: November 2012
in case you missed it, check out column for baillie gifford on how the banking sector is failing to engage young people by iona bain http://www.bgtrustonline.com/articles/opinion/banking-dissatisfaction.aspx
I’m taking a wee break from the world of personal finance to go on tour with a fantastic band. This Silent Forest write mesmerising melodies and thoughtful, direct lyrics; they really are on a higher plane of musicianship. There’s something … Continue reading
HERALD INVESTIGATION: moneysaving sites slammed for endorsing payday loans as debt crisis spreads to young and middle class
IONA BAIN Websites offering discounts and cashback on a range of purchases from clothes to washing machines have been a lifeline to Scots in the recession. But The Herald has discovered several companies in the money-saving sector endorse payday loans, … Continue reading
The uncertainties, the complicated fees, the potential risks – no wonder young people are put off investing. I was invited to try out a new platform that aims to make this route clearer and easier for those that have … Continue reading
Young Money Panel Event: YOUR CHANCE to hear top experts debating all the hottest financial issues affecting young people!
THIS WEDNESDAY – BOOK NOW! The big Young Money debate – your invitation What are the financial issues affecting today’s young people and how do these affect the rest of society? Following the significant interest in MRM’s recent report into … Continue reading