Older millennials were disproportionately hit by the 2008 financial crisis and many are still feeling its effects. It’s important the Government doesn’t pass over this age group when it comes to policy making, in favour of those under 30.Read More The government shouldn’t forget older millennials – they’re the real lost generation
As millennials start to amass wealth and hit key milestones like getting married and having children, the question of how to manage their finances becomes ever more important. We speak to millennial advisers Nick Martin of Smythe and Walter, Ellie Clark of Ashlea Financial Planning and Ross Jefferies of Panoramic Wealth Management (and co-host of The Bull Sessions podcast) to find out what financial advisers can do to better engage with millennials.Read More How can financial advisers better engage with millennials?
Building up a good credit rating is an essential way for millennials to become more financially independent. Not only can a better credit rating help to give you access to credit cards and other simple financial products, it can give you that all important edge when it comes to getting a mortgage.
We speak to millennial advisers and other financial experts, who give their top tips on building up a good credit rating.Read More How to build up your credit rating
As Young Money’s schools financial education week comes to an end, we look at what could be done to improve the low levels of financial education among millennials.Read More Millennials and financial education – it’s not too late
With auto-enrolment now complete across workplaces and as minimum contributions begin to rise, thoughts of those in the industry are turning to how to boost engagement among first time pension savers.
We speak to four experts about what the industry can be doing to successfully convey the value of pension saving to millennials.Read More How can the pensions industry better engage with millennials?