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
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
When it comes to travelling, how well are you protecting your money? A friend’s experience on a recent working trip to Spain reminded me just
However you feel about Thursday’s result and Boris Johnson’s electoral victory, we must accept the age of Bojo and understand how it might shape our
A recent shopping snafu has got Iona wondering how much money we’re unwittingly losing to self-service machines and contactless spending. It’s time to start checking
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
This year, I’ve been embroiled in a battle with Vodafone to refund a phantom phone contract worth £170. I won – but now I understand
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.
Extreme money-saving is almost a sport (and potentially a friendless one at that!) but here are some of my personal #tightass hacks – how many
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
It’s that time of year when festival tickets start to go on sale – and music fans everywhere rush around to firm up their summer
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
Until last year, a rail-happy millennial – or should that be rail-unhappy?! – was led to believe that yoof officially ended on their 25th birthday.