It’s that time of year when festival tickets start to go on sale – and music fans everywhere rush around to firm up their summer
Crass, cringe, uncool and creepy. Those were the overriding thoughts I had when I saw THAT advert for Revolut on the London Underground last week.
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?