I was really pleased to be invited onto the Money Marketing podcast recently to talk about how financial advisers can reach young people – aka
Young Money Blog may have taken a lil’ break in July and some of August – but I certainly wasn’t idle! As summer draws to
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 Disruption – what does it mean? If you’ve been a traveller with Northern Rail, a way of life, I imagine. But in the
Are first-time buyers really getting a leg-up from the government with Help to Buy loans? The Young Money Blog team digs deeper… Many young people are
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
Have you ever thought of money as a mental health issue? You’ve probably never made the connection before. And chances are that you’re currently only
Iona Bain As founder of the Young Money Blog, I can honestly say that I feel very proud to work in the financial field. Most
Young workers are at risk of jeopardising their financial futures due to uninspired and out-of-touch messages from the pensions industry, according to new research published today.
Things go wrong in financial services, as they do in all industries: it’s how you respond to your critics and (most importantly) your disillusioned consumers
Iona Bain Muggles looking at the world of economics right now and thinking “huh?” are not alone. Even seasoned investing pros are struggling to figure
Iona Bain Happy New Year, Young Money fans! I hope you had a restorative festive period. ICYMI, I was very fortunate to present my first
Iona was also Vanessa Feltz’s guest on today’s Papers Review on BBC Radio London, prompting one of the BBC’s highest-paid stars to comment that she
FIRST PUBLISHED: 2013 FULLY UPDATED: 2017 Britain’s financial watchdog has finally cracked down on payday loans after years of complaints, bad practice and heart-breaking stories. But
Curious to know how the stock market works, but don’t want to plough through endless boring articles on the matter? I don’t blame you pal. So
Iona Bain I spoke at the Association of British Credit Unions conference in Manchester this last weekend, and (as ever) was really heartened to see