Just finished watching Freefall on BBC2, a drama looking at 3 different sides to the credit crunch – from the point of view of a dodgy mortgage broker, a family who overstretch themselves with their mortgage and a banker who watches his business fall apart.
Here’s a useful new piggy bank, designed especially for the credit crunch.
If you’re trying to explain to your kids why Santa Claus isn’t going to be leaving as many presents under the Christmas tree this year, here’s an amusing explanation of the credit crunch for kids.
The folks over at ThisIsMoney have expanded from the web and moved into books, having published a new book, How To Survive The Credit Crunch.
The book is a humourous look at how we can save money and get out of debt.
It all seems to have gone a little quiet since the collapse of Icesave, with many UK customers of the troubled Icelandic banks Landsbanki (owners of Icesave) and Kaupthing still waiting for information about what has happened to their money.