Iona Bain Revolut, the digital bank I called to account over its tube ads, is now suffering from an outbreak of whistleblowing. In a series
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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.
Many self-employed people face a higher tax bill from 2020 when the IR35 rule is extended to the private sector. It will force thousands of
Iona Bain Welcome to Side Hustle Britain – where a quarter of us now make extra income for all sorts of weird and wonderful activities,
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’
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
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 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
“We’re in the money, we’re in the money, we’ve got a lot of what it takes to get along…” * Iona Bain Millennials can expect part
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