This is Share Daily, a look back at some highlights from Share Radio over the last 24 hours. It's your opportunity to catch up with the best of Share Radio , where we bring you news and views on stocks and shares, talk to successful entrepreneurs and offer advice which could make and saves you money. Today, Glenn Thompsett looks at the rolling Panama Papers scandal, a new initiative for flood-affected UK homes, and a new campaign aims to finally give female athletes their due.
This week Nick Peters focuses on pay and productivity on Shop Floor, in association with the IDG. Nick discusses with Ian McVey, UK Manager at Qualtrics, why levels of productivity are so low in the UK. How can companies keep up to date with with performance, happiness and training of their workers? Sussex-based Dinamiks may have the answer as Nick talks to the co-founder Shirley Barnes. He also looks how the National Living Wage with Charles Cotton, Performance and Reward Specialist at CIPD, and how it will affect small businesses and the self-employed with Microbusiness Champion, Tony Robinson OBE. Nick Peters looks back at some of the issues covered on the show with Lance Gerrard-Wright from IDG.
Shirley Barnes, Charles Cotton, Tony Robinson OBE, Ian McVey
Ever been affected by a pension scam? Alan Higham, from Pensions Champ, Michelle Cracknell from the Pensions Advice Service and Rachael Badger, from the Citizens Advice Bureau talk to Sarah Pennells about cold calls and how to protect yourself from them.
It's time once again for This is Money, editor Simon Lambert and personal finance editor Rachel Rickard-Strauss from the award winning This is Money join Georgie once again in the studio, in partnership with NS&I.
This week, Georgie and the gang do one more final wrap-up of ISA-optimisation, they explore some rather unorthodox ways to make a little extra cash, and then it's doom and gloom for the financial system and ... Bolton?
This is Money is presented in partnership with NS&I
Once again, it's time for This Is Money. Editor Simon Lambert and Product Editor Laura Whitcombe from the award-winning site join Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest financial stories of the week. And of course, it's almost tax-time, and are you ready? Then, how to make sure your nest egg is secure and thriving. And finally, it's time for our Easter sweets taste-test, which of the supermarkets will come out on top?
With the tax year coming to a close, many people are looking to spring clean their finances. Sarah Pennells talks to Alison Steed, founder of the money saving website MyMoneyDiva.com, James Jones of Experian and Terry Donohoe of debt advice charity StepChange, to advise you on the best way to sort your finances.
A third of people aged over 50, who are employed in the private sector, are now planning to retire later than they previously hoped. Aviva's latest Working Lives report reveals that they'll work eight years longer than hoped. Alistair McQueen, Pension Policy Manager at Aviva, joins Share Radio to discuss the findings.
Sarah Pennells discusses the 2016 budget announced by George Osborne earlier this week with guests Jane Moore, from ICAEW, Richard Blanco, a spokesperson of the National Landlord Association and Independent Landlord, Caroline Le Jeune, of London tax accountants Blick Rothenberg and Clair Walsh, an Independent Financial Adviser at Aspect8. Together they go over the recent announcements in this week's budget, looking at the main announcements, and how they could they could affect long-term investments.
Jane Moore, Richard Blanco, Caroline Le Jeune, Claire Walsh
Sarah Pennells is joined by Claire Finn, Head of Pensions at BlackRock, and Louise Oliver of Piercefield Oliver, to talk about women investing for their future pensions. In this week's programme, dedicated to finance from a female perspective, Sarah and her guests look at how to prepare for your pension and what to look out for when investing.