Financial education has been on the curriculum since 2014 in England. But is it really working? It’s been five years since the (notional) introduction of
Not all bank cards are made equal, as I discovered recently when I had a purse mishap – and it left me appreciating some of
The crash of star fund manager Neil Woodford has concentrated minds afresh on whether anybody needs ‘active’ managers any more when algorithms can potentially do
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, so Young Money Blog shines a spotlight on financial anxiety. Plus the lowdown on renting and the big debate on
New research from the Post Office and CEBR has found that British adults “unconsciously spend” more than £900 of their potential savings pot every year.
Tired of reading and hearing about how young people can’t buy a home? The average private tenant spends more than 30% of their income on
Can better financial products help young people get a fairer deal in today’s economy? The so-called inter-generational divide is now on the radar of the
We all stress out about money from time to time. And for most young people, edginess about personal finance is par for the course: as