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.
You know that smug friend who bought a load of Bitcoin in 2017 and crowed about how rich they were gonna be? Bet they’ve gone
Iona Bain Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the premiere of a new documentary: The Millennial Disruption at the Curzon in Soho. Another jam-packed
What works in financial education – anything? Or just some of it? How can we best help young people struggling with debt? Do we talk
Young Money Team Banking may not change as much as we expect by 2020, but will change a lot more than we imagine by 2030.
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 As founder of the Young Money Blog, I can honestly say that I feel very proud to work in the financial field. Most
Iona Bain This week, Facebook got its own “Times Up” moment. Amid accusations that the social media giant had allowed the data of 150 million
Tech giants like Facebook are becoming the new global centres of power with the current political elite barely aware of the dangers posed by private
He is not just one of the most widely-read authors of our time – Yuval Harari is a modern intellectual powerhouse, turning generation Y onto
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.