TotallyMoney’s corporate parent Media Ingenuity has teamed up with the MicroLoan Foundation, a microfinance charity which helps hundreds of women in rural Africa. As well as administering small loans, they provide training and advice – helping African women support themselves and their families. Here Peter Ryan – CEO and founder of the MicroLoan Foundation – gives… Read more »
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Gone it seems are the days when pretty much every office and workplace had one ‘Nigel’. He was a 30-something, single, slightly overweight, very awkward man, who seemed totally embarrassed if anyone spoke to him and you just knew he had to still live with his mum. Now it seems Nigels are everywhere. They don’t… Read more »
It’s a ritual that so many of us go through as teenagers, students, young adults and beyond – going to summer festivals and enjoying the revelry, the music and the sunshine. From black-clad teenagers camping at rock events in the countryside, to parents on a day trip to a family-friendly event in a city park,… Read more »
Welcome to the final post in our three part series on graduate finances. In the first post, we met medical graduate Harri Roe. We looked at her student debt – how much she owes, the interest she can expect to pay on that debt and what it all means for her credit rating. In the… Read more »
Wimbledon is the daddy of all the worldwide tennis tournaments, and it surely has to the most quintessentially British summer event ever too. While many of us are content to simply watch it on television, there’s nothing quite like experiencing the atmosphere in person. It can be very difficult to get hold of tickets at… Read more »
Welcome to the second in our three part series on graduate finances. In the first post, we met recent graduate Harri Roe. We looked at her student debts – how much she owes, how much interest she’ll be paying and what it all means for her credit rating. In this post we’ll be taking a… Read more »
While the British economy limps along in a double-dip recession, things look much, much worse across the Channel in the euro zone. Pain in Spain The latest development in Spain is that the Spanish government has asked for a €100 billion (£80.5 billion) bailout from the ‘troika’ of the European Union (EU), European Central Bank… Read more »
The graduation balls are over. Up and down the country, thousands of final year students are nervously awaiting their exam results. Like it or not, the real world beckons. And that real world doesn’t look all that appealing for recent graduates. A troubled job market and monthly repayments to the Student Loan Company make Jäger… Read more »
A word in your shell-like. While mother may know best when it comes to a lot of things, there are a few things you simply have to learn by experience. Fortunately, friends, acquaintances (and I) can all help make life a little easier here. So read on for 5 things you won’t have been taught,… Read more »
This week’s TotallyMoneyBlog Carnival was hosted by American Debt Project. Head to American Debt Project for tales of one woman’s quest to become debt-free. Remember to submit your posts for next week’s Carnival, which will be hosted by Mammasaver. Editor’s picks The Happy Homeowner reveals how you can manage a bare-bones budget. Musings of an Abstract Aucklander… Read more »