Death should be far from the minds of young people. But Covid-19 has not only made us more aware of it and willing to talk
Health & Wellbeing
Last night, I could have watched the latest ‘must-see’ programmes on Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Britbox or NOW TV (yes, I have subscriptions to all four
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
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
Iona Bain The Young Money Blog has had an exceptionally busy summer, I’m pleased to report, with our calendar proving as red-hot as the weather.
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
We’re a diverse, complex bunch of people – so why oh why are we lumbered with the reductive “millennial” moniker? In this blog, Iona explores the flawed
Iona Bain We’re not necessarily the righteous or censorious kind here on the Young Money Blog. But as we approach Halloween, we thought “hey, why don’t
Iona Bain Amid the Brexit Chronicles and frenzied reports about Hurricane Irma, an article in one of the newspapers at the weekend caught my eye. It
Yesterday, Matt explored how smartphones wreck our mental health. Today, he looks at relationships and career prospects – could a digital detox help both? Matt
In the first part of this special blog series, Matt Bain explains why he’s stepping back from his smartphone this New Year – and why you
There was a vivid reminder this morning that when it comes to buying and owning shares, there are some companies you may want to avoid.
Iona Bain Are you a smoker? If so, you probably know that giving up is the best financial decision you could make all year. But