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Putting aside £100 a week is just a pipe dream — and what would it achieve anyway?
‘Lucky generation’ of older homeowners use cash from remortgaging or equity release to fund retirement
Introducing a new series focused on the unintended consequences of morally motivated market actions: because the road to hell is often paved with good intentions.
England, Scotland and Wales all have different student loans systems, but greater simplicity is needed
Uber’s model of pricing has generational appeal but backers are losing patience
Wise companies are encouraging creative staff to generate new and profitable ideas
A generation is waiting later to have children but getting into debt for their animals
The pain such disputes can cause during your lifetime are nothing compared to those caused after you’ve gone
Unusual presents that beat putting a ten-pound note in an envelope with their card
Generational gap will have to be overcome to deliver a video platform in a crowded market
Millennials, by contrast, are considered subprime borrowers
Fast growing UK retailer appoints PwC as adviser on external funding options
Co-living development Mason & Fifth has everything a Londoner could want — except space
The controversial meme has exposed a deep rift between the young and their elders
As ever more women buy their own bling, brands are trying to move closer to this increasingly wealthy cohort
Danish jeweller is updating stores and doubling down on trinkets in effort to revive its fortunes
Liberal on sexuality but not on politics, the under-25s are defying western categories
Would you reveal your money wishlist to a chatbot?
The ancient practice has received a millennial facelift and a tech-enabled boost
The young and talented are leaving the country in search of professional opportunities
Employers have to beware of biases and aim for life-long training
Millennial and Gen Z employees are no more fickle than preceding cohorts of workers
Will your pension and investments keep you in the style to which you have become accustomed?
UK at demographic ‘tipping point’ with longer life expectancy and lower birth rate
Charles Schwab’s fractional trading may not be enough to capture the interest of young Americans