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Growing Up – the Children’s Savings Plan turns 10

It’s 10 years since the launch of the Baillie Gifford Children’s Savings Plan.  Iona Bain looks at how both public and personal finances have changed over the past decade. http://www.bgtrustonline.com/articles/opinion/growing-up-the-childrens-savings-plan-turns-10-.aspx

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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

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Footie and cash might not make for a dream team–so what should youngsters do with their savings?

many SAVINGS ACCOUNTS LINKED TO FOOTBALL CLUBS ARE raking in the cash but paying a lousy rate to fans. so how can children and young people score when it comes to their savings? As the Premier League kicks off, Fulham … Continue reading

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How using your mobile to call up extra cash can seriously damage your wonga

WHEN LOAN SHARKS GET CHIC, IT’S TIME TO STAY AWAY FROM THE WATER, SO TRY SAFER WAYS OF STRETCHING YOUR £ TILL PAYDAY By IONA BAIN Like Aloe Blacc, do you need a dollar? Don’t turn to your good old … Continue reading

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