Ruth Jackson-Kirby has been working as a financial journalist for 15 years since graduating with an MA from the University of St Andrews. Ruth worked as a writer at MoneyWeek magazine and as deputy editor of Moneywise before becoming a freelance journalist seven years ago. She now writes regularly for The Sunday Times, Good Housekeeping, The Times, Moneywise, The Sun and MoneyWeek as well as many other publications and websites.
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