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Can money buy you love — or could a cheap date prove the way to a millennial’s heart?
Some are better placed to withstand the economic storm than others
Under-40s receive a 25 per cent bonus from the government to save for a home or retirement
Heavy marketing of delayed payment schemes lures many young people into debt
Putting aside £100 a week is just a pipe dream — and what would it achieve anyway?
In a crowded market, it pays to put in the hard yards by exercising your options
England, Scotland and Wales all have different student loans systems, but greater simplicity is needed
Contractors are required to do much more than the job in hand before they are paid for it
If a family member asks for a loan, consider your own financial resilience first
Top up your savings during the good times to help you cope with late payments
Letting agents claim the costs will just be transferred to the monthly rent
Regulators need to book a front row seat to protect gig goers
Young people reveal their financial concerns and the issues they face
Do you really know what you’re buying with ESG assets?
Four FT millennials, four apps, one month to save some extra cash
Putting money in the market feels terrifying when you don’t have much in the first place
More than one-fifth of 18 to 24-year-olds confessed to gambling at work last year
Housing providers seem to have secret criteria when vetting would-be buyers
FT writers and others give financial tips to those about to embark on adult life
‘My life as a student account holder was over. No more interest-free overdraft’
I do all my banking online — but savings groups want to see paper statements
BrewDog model shows the problem of buying debt rather than shares
We were charged £700 for an admin fee — when a rival agent was charging £120
Some universities are proving a turn-off simply because of the cost of living
Fund managers are neglecting ethical investors — and missing a trick