Call-handling delays by HM Revenue and Customs have cost personal taxpayers £97million in the last year. The government's spending watchdog says staff cuts resulted in poor customer service. Tom Wilson and Helen Knapman from Moneywise have been looking at what has been going wrong. Plus, are property guardians the answer to the housing crisis? And, have new data roaming rates lowered bills.
Deborah Hargreaves, founder of the High Pay Centre, joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, HMRC call-handling delays cost personal tax payers £97million, the Marks and Spencer boss to cut prices and hire more staff, lack of awareness could cost us thousands in our pensions, and much more. Consuming Issues goes out with Georgie Frost every day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
The Scottish Affairs Committee holds its second evidence session to examine the EU Referendum and its potential impact on Scotland.
The first session took place in Scotland on 9 May, and the Committee heard from representatives of key industries, such as NFU Scotland and Universities Scotland.
In the second session in Westminster today the Committee hears from in/out campaign groups and UK ministers.
Share Radio's Maurice Smith joins Morning Money
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed to extend further bailout loans to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they call a "major breakthrough".
After late-night talks in Brussels, the ministers agreed to unlock 10.3bn euros in new loans.
The move came two days after the Greek parliament approved another round of spending cuts and tax increases demanded by international creditors.
Nick Malkoutzis, Editor of the economic analysis website macropolis.gr told Share Radio that lenders had to back down.
Hannah Maundrell from Money.co.uk joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, reaction to the first fracking in the UK for five years, why British firms are struggling to recruit skilled workers, rent prices are rising at a rate of knots and much more. Consuming Issues goes out with Georgie Frost every day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
The International Monetary Fund has called for upfront and unconditional debt relief for Greece.
The IMF says that without immediate action the financial plight of the recession-ravaged country would deteriorate dramatically over the coming decades.
Nick Malkoutzis is editor of the economic analysis website macropolis.gr, and told Sarah Lowther that the report won't go down well amongst lenders.
Today the founders of Money Fight Club -Lindsay Cook and Anne Caborn- talk about bill switching - will the new Better Markets Bill make it easier for people to switch energy suppliers and banks accounts. And, Ryanair are to set a price war after planning to cut fares by up to 12% in the next year. Plus, pop legend Prince apparently failed to leave a will...what can we learn from this?
Do perks help you decide which job to take? Recruitment website Glassdoor, say that over a third of employees say perks and benefits are among their top consideration before accepting a new job. As most of us spend a majority of our waking hours at work, we want to enjoy our time in the office as much as we possibly can and so perks and benefits are an invaluable tool to help attract employees through the door. Joe Wiggins, Glassdoor's head of communications for Europe, spoke with Georgie.
Today's workforce is more fragmented than previous generations. The traditional '9-5' job is not as favoured as it once was with other types of work arrangements quickly gaining in popularity. More and more people are choosing self-employment and temporary work for a better work-life balance. Temporary workers now make up a third of the average company’s work force. Dan Collier, chief executive of Elevate, spoke with Georgie.
A growing number of us are travelling abroad without travel insurance. New figures show its as many as a quarter of us, with young people less likely to pay for the safety net when they go abroad. There's a small chance that a natural disaster or medical emergency is not going to ruin on your trip but is it really worth paying for? Daisy Parker from Abta spoke with Georgie.