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The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight

A selection of the best millennial finance stories from the past fortnight. Find out why not all millennials fit the avocado munching mould, why they could be threatening the credit card and how gambling is on the rise among this age group. 553 more words

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What we’ve been reading - the best millennial finance stories from the past fortnight

A round-up of the best millennial finance stories from the past fortnight. Find out why millennials felt ‘excitement’ at the recent market correction, why they lack confidence when haggling and how the pensions industry can harness this age group’s interest in social responsibility to boost savings. 580 more words

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Book Review: Terry Pratchett's "Making Money"

The Bank of Ankh-Morpork has gone to the dogs… or rather the dog of the now deceased chairman of the bank. When Topsy Lavish died, she willed her controlling shares in the bank to her dog Mr. 293 more words

Book Review: John W Campbell's "Who Goes There?" aka "The THING"

Just found this novella a few weeks ago and was thrilled to get another chance to read it. I’d read it once before many years ago, but I had thought it lost and was delighted to find it was simply among my books in storage. 178 more words

Book Review: Bryce Main’s “LOVE AND COFFEE”

Many of us have a particular establishment where we go for a good cup of coffee, tea, and maybe even a pastry.  We might even like to park ourselves at a table, maybe by the window, or in a corner so we can sit, read, do a bit of texting, writing, artwork, or just dream.   420 more words

What We've Been Reading

What we’ve been reading - the best millennial finance stories from the past fortnight

A round-up of the best stories of the last fortnight. Find out what is driving the drop in homeownership among middle class millennials, how millennial bankers are challenging perceptions of the industry and why, conversely, millennials might be doing better than they realise when it comes to saving. 1,031 more words

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Book Review: "e.Vampire.com" by Scarlet Black

A Romantically Fang-Tastic Read

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Vampire-com-Shades-Blood-Scarlet-Black-ebook/dp/B00BCSHAOS/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

5-stars:   

This book surpassed all my expectations.  In an age of sparkling day-walkers, we get some good old traditional vampires who have moved with the times.   158 more words

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