Online consumer fury is futile – it’s far better to take a long view and hit firms in the pocket Follow the money, not the
The year 2020 changed a lot of things for everyone. But it wasn’t all bad. For some of us, working from home (and a lack of social
Online shopping – it’s a blessing and a curse RN. We have to do it, but how can we keep it under control? I was
I was on Radio 4’s Womans Hour this morning talking about how the pandemic has been having a destructive effect on young women’s finances alongside
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
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.
Recently, I was invited to appear on BBC Newsnight to discuss the merits of digital spending blockers. “I think it’s possibly a bit old fashioned
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.
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 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
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.
It’s January, the party’s over (unless you had a Big Night In like me!) and it’s time to pay the bills. Perhaps you are intrigued
What works in financial education – anything? Or just some of it? How can we best help young people struggling with debt? Do we talk
Iona Bain I recently spoke on a panel at Legal and General Investment Management’s conference about “50 Shades of Green” – i.e. what constitutes “responsible”
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?
Have you ever thought of money as a mental health issue? You’ve probably never made the connection before. And chances are that you’re currently only
It’s official. We are not Generation Avocado. The long-awaited report from the Intergenerational Commission has concluded, after two years and over 200 pages, that millennials
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