Recent Work & Appearances
I was really pleased to be invited onto the Money Marketing podcast recently to talk about how financial advisers can reach young people – aka
Coronavirus is financially dividing the UK, with half of Brits bolstering their finances while the other half struggle to survive. The research comes after Young
Coronavirus may seem like the blackest swan we have ever encountered – but it wasn’t entirely unexpected. And history suggests we were overdue a major
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.
I was on Worklife, the BBC’s flagship business programme, at the beginning of the week as the coronavirus was fast turning into a public health
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
Following Blackrock’s loud noises on climate-friendly investing this week, I thought I’d share my recent thought piece for Prospect Magazine on the future of ethical
I’m on the Spectator’s flagship podcast – The Edition – this week, talking about pocket money for children. It follows an article published in the
In my first Millennial Money column for FT Money, I ask why freelancers struggled so much with late payments in 2019 – and whether the
IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Charlie Bibby/FT In my latest extended cover piece for the Financial Times Money section, I get to grips with the Lifetime Isa. It’s
Illustration by Dan MITCHELL for the Financial Times, May 2019 How can a four-year-old be raking in more than the UK prime minister earns? That
Tax, national insurance and pensions. For freelancers, words that can spell regular anxiety attacks. Our time is money, and it’s easy to be too busy
The Scottish Investment Trust PLC (The Scottish) today announces the launch of its online learning hub, thescottish.co.uk/learning-hub, created to provide financial education for investors looking
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
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.
I had the pleasure – a strange word to use, I know, given the subject matter – of presenting my second Moneybox programme over Easter.
Iona Bain Recently, I’ve taken a a break from Young Money world. The picture above shows me in the wilds of Yorkshire (specifically Haworth), where