A lot of financial advice aimed at young people is thin, boring, partial and irrelevant. Too much is influenced by financial companies with products to sell. Too much is shaped by consumer experts obsessed with interest rates and money-off bargains. Little begins where it should, with what young people actually need, when they need it.
I was grateful when MoneySuperMarket gave me a chance to write some sound youth money advice. While there’s a lot more to be said, these five articles are a start.