If you enjoyed yesterday’s video on budgeting, check out this slightly longer webinar if you want some more in-depth hacks on how to budget like
Life has turned very strange – and for many of us, very tough too. If there was ever a time that we needed real help
First there was Brexit, now we have coronavirus…boy it’s been a bumpy road if you’re a global millennial, used to travelling and working wherever you
I gave Radio 1’s listeners the lowdown on lockdown and what it means for their finances. Here’s what we covered: the deal with benefits, the
A huge overhaul of bank overdrafts in the UK is likely to leave 16-24 year olds on “arranged” deals with their banks worse off, Britain’s
A decision to cut the base rate tomorrow would only harm younger people, explains Ros Altmann in her debut for the Young Money Blog Apparently
Have you got FOBO? That’s Fear of a Better Option. Fickle millennials are now cancelling social plans when something better comes up, according to the
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
A joint investigation by the Financial Times and Young Money Blog has found that Revolut fabricated statistics that appeared in its most recent advertising campaign.
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.
Last week, I was surprised to see #YearinMonzo trending on Twitter. In case you’re out of the loop, this has become a a major event
Help to Buy Isas are on the way out. After November the only option for wised-up home-savers wanting to get their hands on up to
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