Credit, Debt & Loans
So NOW we know what happens when you lock down pretty much the entire consumer economy: GDP and spending plummets, while debt repayments and saving
I gave Radio 1’s listeners the lowdown on lockdown and what it means for their finances. Here’s what we covered: the deal with benefits, the
Wide-ranging measures designed to protect insurance customers during COVID-19 come into force today. They can’t come soon enough for Iona, who has spent much of
Klarna, Clearpay and Laybuy promise affordable shopping, but they’re really just debt dressed up in a fast fashion wrapper, writes Robin Eveleigh for VICE UK.
As I highlighted in yesterday’s blog, overdrafts are undergoing one hell of a shake-up. I once again appeared on Radio 4’s You and Yours programme
A huge overhaul of bank overdrafts in the UK is likely to leave 16-24 year olds on “arranged” deals with their banks worse off, Britain’s
A decision to cut the base rate tomorrow would only harm younger people, explains Ros Altmann in her debut for the Young Money Blog Apparently
I’m on the new episode of @_themanor podcast! We spoke about gambling, saving & debt: we got serious but we also had a HUGE laugh.
Iona Bain Do the financial regulators actually protect us when things go wrong? It’s a fair question, after MPs called on the government to intervene
Today is meant to to be the bleakest day of the year so far – and it’s only the 21st! Could it be due to
Young Britain has a savings problem. More than half of people in their twenties have no pot to draw on in an emergency, according to
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
Households struggling to keep out of debt could be offered a lifeline if a bold new scheme is adopted by councils and housing associations. ‘Rent-flex’