Women and Money with Sarah Pennells, talking to Simon Ranson, Head of Banking at Sainsbury's Bank and Claire Walsh, Chartered Financial Planner at Aspect8, about the recent Sainsbury's Bank report highlighting people's money confidence and financial worries.
Young Money with Sarah Pennells and Young Money Champion Fiona Norman, talking to David Hollingworth, Associate Director at London & Country Mortgages and Lina Bourdon and Lina Bourdon, Managing Director at City and Country Financial Services, about government help-to-buy schemes.
Judging by some of the latest European bank results, we might need to brace ourselves for a financial crisis. This time though, it's not so much about banks being poorly regulated. It would seem that the actions being taken by central banks to try and steady their countries’ economies have had a nasty side-effect. Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer of Saxo Bank, talks on central banks.
On 1st October 2015, new legislation to protect and clarify consumer rights comes into force. Sarah is joined in the studio by James Walker, CEO of Resolver, and Martyn James from the Financial Ombudsman's Service, to answer your questions about consumer rights, what they are, and how they apply in different situations.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by David Thorpe, editor of What Investment, and on the phone by Anna Sofat of Addidi and Darren Cornish of The Share Centre to talk about investing for children using junior ISAs, tracker funds and trust funds.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by our Young Money Champion Kate Palmer, and also experts Karen Kennard from The Scholarship Hub and on the phone with David Jobbins from The Complete University Guide to talk about student grants for university.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by money experts Frank Van Lerven from Positive Money, and on the phone with Steve Keen from Kingston University and Chris Skinner from the Financial Services Club to ask the question just what is money? From Bitcoin, to where money comes from, Sarah and her guests answer your questions live only on Ask Sarah.
Sarah Pennells is joined on the phone with Diane Neehman, an IFA with SOLLA (Society Of Later Life Advisers) and Alistair McQueen from Aviva, to talk about how to deal with unexpected expenses in later life.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Griselda Williams of TRUST|Pensions and on the phone with Debbie Houghton from the Rowan Organisation and Sarah-Jane Butler from Parental Choice to discuss how to set up a pension if you employee someone for help around the house or with your children such as a nanny, childminder, gardener or cleaner.