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Scotland Issues New Guidance For Students Who Want To Go Home

The motto of the Young Money Blog is “don’t get mad — get informed”. But in recent weeks and months,

September 30, 2020

Survey after survey has shown that people want their money invested ethically. But what does that mean? And, crucially, do

April 1, 2020
universal basic income

Is now the time for the UK to trial a temporary Universal Basic Income? YES, says Julian Jessop, an economics

March 18, 2020

There are just 27 days to go before the tax year ends on 5 April. For savers and investors, that

March 10, 2020

While EIS and SEIS offer meaningful tax advantages to investors, it’s important to remember that their main function is to

February 26, 2020

Ahead of any Budget, there is always great speculation on what may be announced. This year, the focus thus far

February 26, 2020

It should go without saying that choosing the right investment can be challenging. For time-strapped everyday investors, combing through the

February 25, 2020
EY defeated in gold-smuggling whistleblower case

Investing can often feel like a rollercoaster, with the value of stock investments rising and falling sharply based on breaking

February 19, 2020
Traditionally, ESG investing has meant shunning oil and gas stocks for renewable energy

Whether or not you agree with activists like Greta Thunberg or campaign groups like Extinction Rebellion, there’s been a clear societal

February 12, 2020

The world is getting richer. Every day, we find ways to do things more efficiently — and when we do,

February 5, 2020

This Friday marks the end of a process that many have found divisive, emotionally draining, expensive, and time-consuming. No, I’m

January 29, 2020
card payments

In the market stalls, pop-up shops, and beer taprooms of our great city, card payment is increasingly common. And it’s

January 22, 2020

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