Deliveroo ‘went public’ and listed on the London Stock Exchange this week. But, the Deliveroo IPO didn’t go quite to plan – or that’s how it seems at least. But, what actually happened and is it a victory for ethical investing or simply a business decision? This post will cover: What happened with the Deliveroo […]
You may not have heard of the Football Index. And you may well not be aware of the Football Index crash that happened this month, followed by the platform going into administration. But, for some people it’s been devastating. People have lost tens of thousands and, in some cases, even more. The Football Index blurred […]
A lot of people ask me how to start investing. It’s great to see so many people engaging more with investing, but it is important to fully understand the risk first. That’s why this post is going to focus on financial risk.
When you think of October you may well think of the advent of Autumn or Halloween. You probably won’t think about Free Wills Month. But, perhaps you should. For many people it’s a great opportunity to get a legal Will drafted for free. Here’s how you can take advantage of Free Wills Month.
Buying your first home can be a daunting process. House prices are high and with all the pressures on young people, buying a property can seem like a near impossible task. But there is support when buying your first home available.
The state of the world bears pretty heavily on my mind. I don’t feel comfortable gaining from something that has a negative impact on other people or the planet. This put me off investing for a long time, as the public image surrounding the stock market presents a negative image of those profiteering from others’ misfortunes. But, this doesn’t have to be the case.
I’m going back to basics today. I’m going to look at why you should take control of your finances, rather than offering tips on how to achieve this.
One thing that’s amazed me since starting this blog was the breadth of knowledge of the money blogging community, so, rather than keep all these new insights to myself, I thought I’d ask them to share their top financial tip with you. A key feature of many posts is about financial education and what people […]
Investing is one of the best ways to improve your long-term financial situation, but it is not as accessible to everyone as it should be. The gender investment gap means that women are far less likely to invest than men. I believe it is important to encourage everyone to take control of their finances and […]
The majority (50.2 percent) of young people in the UK go to university as of 2017/18, according to the Department of Education. The vast majority of these take out a student loan to pay for this, making these loans a big issue for a lot of people. Tuition fees have long been controversial, having caused […]