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FT Money Show

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The Financial Times Money Show brings you engaging insight into personal finance. Claer Barrett, her team and leading industry commentators dissect the week’s news and discuss how it will affect you and your pocket. Produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching.

Latest Episodes

Are you facing losses from the closure of the Woodford equity income fund?

Hundreds of thousands of investors with money trapped in the Woodford Equity Income fund found out this week that the fund is to be liquidated, the fund manager would be sacked and that their money would be returned to them eventually. ClaerBarrett, FT money editor, talks to guests about how much money investors have lost and how much they are likely to get back and when. Plus we hear from someone who was landed with a £476 fine and a criminal record - just for forgetting to charge her iphone. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN4 d ago
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Are you facing losses from the closure of the Woodford equity income fund?

You probably have a pension - but have you got a retirement plan?

It's financial planning week and this year's theme is retirement planning. As part of the initiative, thousands of certifiedplanners are offering a free hour-long session to people wanting help with setting their financial goals. FT Money deputy editor James Pickford talks to the FT's pensions correspondent about retirement planning. Plus we hear from Jackie Lockie, head of financial planning with the CISI, and Patrick Connolly of Chase de Vere, about how best to plan for retirement. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN1 w ago
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You probably have a pension - but have you got a retirement plan?

Students: top tips on how to budget at university

What's the best bank account for students? Who will give you an interest-free overdraft? And how can you get hold of a student railcard? Lucy Warwick-Ching, FT Money digital editor talks to three experts about how to make the most of your money as a student. Plus we hear how your credit rating as a student can affect your ability to get finance long after you've finished studying. And finally Guy Anker of Moneysavingexpert.com tells us why you shouldn't automatically pay off your student loan if you can afford it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

15 MIN2 w ago
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Students: top tips on how to budget at university

Would you lend your parents money?

FT journalist AliceKantor's recent column "Why I refused to lend money to my parents" is one of the FT Money's most-read and most commented columns ever. Claer Barrett, FT Money editor, invites Alice onto the show to talk to her about why she said no to her parents request for a loan. We also hear tips on how listeners can say no to friends and family who ask to borrow money. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

22 MIN3 w ago
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Would you lend your parents money?

Escape the motherhood penalty, teenage investors and 'best buy' investment lists

Having a baby is one of the best things that could happen in your life - but sadly it could also be the worst thing that could happen to your finances. We discuss the effects of the gender pay gap. Plus FT Money editor Claer Barrett talks to guests about what kind of investor Adrian Mole could have grown into. And what could happen to the 'best buy' lists used by fund supermarkets in the wake of the Woodford scandal? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MINSEP 19
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Escape the motherhood penalty, teenage investors and 'best buy' investment lists

Financial Room 101 - what would you most like to banish?

What are the biggest barriers to managing our money? Special guests Martin Wolf, Bobby Seagull and Justin Urquhart Stewart tell presenter Claer Barrett what they would banish to ‘Room 101’ to improve the nation’s finances. This week'spodcastcomes to you from the FT Money tent at the FT Weekend Festival at Kenwood House. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MINSEP 12
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Financial Room 101 - what would you most like to banish?

Do you have a joint bank account with your partner?

As research shows modern couples are more likely to keep their finances separate, presenter Claer Barrett and guests debate how women in particular are managing their money. Plus, ahead of the new university term we reveal finance tips for students and their parents, and ask what could emerge as the next consumer misselling scandal after PPI. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23 MINSEP 5
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Do you have a joint bank account with your partner?

Could you profit from a last minute PPI claim?

With a matter of days until the deadline, presenter Claer Barrett discusses the practicalities of making a claim online with the FT's Money Mentor Lindsay Cook. Plus, how to build effective money habits, and the growing NHS pensions row. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

26 MINAUG 16
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Could you profit from a last minute PPI claim?

Investing for the under 40s - the pros and cons of the Lifetime Isa

Presenter Claer Barrett and guests explore how under 40s are using the Lifetime Isa to save for a property, or invest for the future. What strategies are younger investors taking? Plus the new rules on automatic compensation when broadband goes down, and the six ways pensions scammers are most likely to try and con you - would you fall for it? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23 MINAUG 8
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Investing for the under 40s - the pros and cons of the Lifetime Isa

Your money under a Boris government

As fears of a 'No Deal Brexit' rise, the pound and share prices of UK domestic stocks have tumbled. Some might see this as a buying opportunity - yet others fear there's further to fall. Termed 'The BoJo trade' by investment pundits, Claer Barrett, FTMoneyeditor asks - which side of this trade are you on? Next up on theshow- why are some investors moving into defensive stocks? And finally, we hear from our Rich People's columnist, James Max, about the cost of private medical insurance. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MINAUG 1
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Your money under a Boris government

Latest Episodes

Are you facing losses from the closure of the Woodford equity income fund?

Hundreds of thousands of investors with money trapped in the Woodford Equity Income fund found out this week that the fund is to be liquidated, the fund manager would be sacked and that their money would be returned to them eventually. ClaerBarrett, FT money editor, talks to guests about how much money investors have lost and how much they are likely to get back and when. Plus we hear from someone who was landed with a £476 fine and a criminal record - just for forgetting to charge her iphone. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Are you facing losses from the closure of the Woodford equity income fund?

You probably have a pension - but have you got a retirement plan?

It's financial planning week and this year's theme is retirement planning. As part of the initiative, thousands of certifiedplanners are offering a free hour-long session to people wanting help with setting their financial goals. FT Money deputy editor James Pickford talks to the FT's pensions correspondent about retirement planning. Plus we hear from Jackie Lockie, head of financial planning with the CISI, and Patrick Connolly of Chase de Vere, about how best to plan for retirement. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
You probably have a pension - but have you got a retirement plan?

Students: top tips on how to budget at university

What's the best bank account for students? Who will give you an interest-free overdraft? And how can you get hold of a student railcard? Lucy Warwick-Ching, FT Money digital editor talks to three experts about how to make the most of your money as a student. Plus we hear how your credit rating as a student can affect your ability to get finance long after you've finished studying. And finally Guy Anker of Moneysavingexpert.com tells us why you shouldn't automatically pay off your student loan if you can afford it. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Students: top tips on how to budget at university

Would you lend your parents money?

FT journalist AliceKantor's recent column "Why I refused to lend money to my parents" is one of the FT Money's most-read and most commented columns ever. Claer Barrett, FT Money editor, invites Alice onto the show to talk to her about why she said no to her parents request for a loan. We also hear tips on how listeners can say no to friends and family who ask to borrow money. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

22 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Would you lend your parents money?

Escape the motherhood penalty, teenage investors and 'best buy' investment lists

Having a baby is one of the best things that could happen in your life - but sadly it could also be the worst thing that could happen to your finances. We discuss the effects of the gender pay gap. Plus FT Money editor Claer Barrett talks to guests about what kind of investor Adrian Mole could have grown into. And what could happen to the 'best buy' lists used by fund supermarkets in the wake of the Woodford scandal? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MINSEP 19
Comments
Escape the motherhood penalty, teenage investors and 'best buy' investment lists

Financial Room 101 - what would you most like to banish?

What are the biggest barriers to managing our money? Special guests Martin Wolf, Bobby Seagull and Justin Urquhart Stewart tell presenter Claer Barrett what they would banish to ‘Room 101’ to improve the nation’s finances. This week'spodcastcomes to you from the FT Money tent at the FT Weekend Festival at Kenwood House. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

41 MINSEP 12
Comments
Financial Room 101 - what would you most like to banish?

Do you have a joint bank account with your partner?

As research shows modern couples are more likely to keep their finances separate, presenter Claer Barrett and guests debate how women in particular are managing their money. Plus, ahead of the new university term we reveal finance tips for students and their parents, and ask what could emerge as the next consumer misselling scandal after PPI. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23 MINSEP 5
Comments
Do you have a joint bank account with your partner?

Could you profit from a last minute PPI claim?

With a matter of days until the deadline, presenter Claer Barrett discusses the practicalities of making a claim online with the FT's Money Mentor Lindsay Cook. Plus, how to build effective money habits, and the growing NHS pensions row. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

26 MINAUG 16
Comments
Could you profit from a last minute PPI claim?

Investing for the under 40s - the pros and cons of the Lifetime Isa

Presenter Claer Barrett and guests explore how under 40s are using the Lifetime Isa to save for a property, or invest for the future. What strategies are younger investors taking? Plus the new rules on automatic compensation when broadband goes down, and the six ways pensions scammers are most likely to try and con you - would you fall for it? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

23 MINAUG 8
Comments
Investing for the under 40s - the pros and cons of the Lifetime Isa

Your money under a Boris government

As fears of a 'No Deal Brexit' rise, the pound and share prices of UK domestic stocks have tumbled. Some might see this as a buying opportunity - yet others fear there's further to fall. Termed 'The BoJo trade' by investment pundits, Claer Barrett, FTMoneyeditor asks - which side of this trade are you on? Next up on theshow- why are some investors moving into defensive stocks? And finally, we hear from our Rich People's columnist, James Max, about the cost of private medical insurance. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MINAUG 1
Comments
Your money under a Boris government