It’s January, the party’s over (unless you had a Big Night In like me!) and it’s time to pay the bills. Perhaps you are intrigued
Until last year, a rail-happy millennial – or should that be rail-unhappy?! – was led to believe that yoof officially ended on their 25th birthday.
Iona Bain Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the premiere of a new documentary: The Millennial Disruption at the Curzon in Soho. Another jam-packed
Credit unions will get a Budget shot in the arm with the launch of a Premium Bond-style lottery prize to tempt young workers into these
What works in financial education – anything? Or just some of it? How can we best help young people struggling with debt? Do we talk
Iona Bain I recently spoke on a panel at Legal and General Investment Management’s conference about “50 Shades of Green” – i.e. what constitutes “responsible”
So how do you lose £2000 without knowing it? 🤯 That’s the average value of ‘lost’ Child Trust Funds worth a total £1.5bn, which parents don’t
Iona Bain The Young Money Blog has had an exceptionally busy summer, I’m pleased to report, with our calendar proving as red-hot as the weather.
Iona Bain What if I told you that crazy-important decisions are being taken about your future finances by people who are…well, nothing like you?
Iona Bain Summer is usually called “silly season” in journalism. But it looks as if the same phenomenon might be affecting the Treasury Select Committee
Iona Bain The post-school education system is broke and needs urgent fixing, a scathing House of Lords report has found. It says the move to