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Glen Goodman

Episode Sixteen: Insurance & Final summary

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Sixteen: Insurance & Final summary
The Final Test! Time to prepare for the big one, and earn your Open University certificate. In Episode 16 we look at everything we've learnt over the past eight weeks and prepare for the final online test to get your Open University certificate!
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Fifteen: Insurance & Final summary

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Fifteen: Insurance & Final summary
Insurance - there are so many types, but how do you weigh your peace of mind against the mounting costs? In Episode 15 we explore all the different types of insurance, and how to weigh peace of mind against the mounting costs.
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Fourteen: Pensions and ISAs

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Fourteen: Pensions and ISAs
The ISA revolution. A different way to save for retirement. Planning for a happy retirement: can you rely on the state pension or should you make your own plans? We talk about pension options and the ISA revolution.
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Thirteen: Pensions and ISAs

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Thirteen: Pensions and ISAs
Can you rely on the State Pension for your retirement or should you make your own plans? Planning for a happy retirement: can you rely on the state pension or should you make your own plans? We talk about pension options and the ISA revolution.
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Twelve: Housing and the household balance sheet

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Twelve: Housing and the household balance sheet
We construct a Household Balance Sheet to make you sure you don’t take on more debt than you can pay back. How to take out a mortgage and buy a home. What are leasehold and freehold properties? We look at all the costs involved and construct a household balance sheet to make sure you don't take on more debt than you can afford to pay back.
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Eleven: Housing and the household balance sheet

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Eleven: Housing and the household balance sheet
How to take out a mortgage and buy a home. What are leasehold and freehold properties? We look at all the costs involved and construct a household balance sheet to make sure you don't take on more debt than you can afford to pay back.

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Glen Goodman

Episode Eight: Debt and borrowing

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Eight: Debt and borrowing
How do you go about borrowing money? We look at the dreaded Credit Score. We get to grips with debt and interest payments. How are interest rates set? What is credit scoring and how do you go about borrowing money?
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Glen Goodman

Episode Seven: Debt and borrowing

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

Managing My Money

Episode Seven: Debt and borrowing
Let’s talk about debt. How are interest rates set and how does inflation affect your debts? We get to grips with debt and interest payments. How are interest rates set? What is credit scoring and how do you go about borrowing money?
Guest:

Annie Weston


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Georgie Frost

When gambling becomes a problem with Elaine Smethurst

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Relative Values

When gambling becomes a problem with Elaine Smethurst
According to the NHS there may be almost 600,000 problem gamblers in the UK, and those people are more likely to suffer from low self-esteem, stress, anxiety and depression. So when does gambling become a serious problem? And what can be done to help? In this show Georgie talks to Elaine Smethurst, the managing director of the Gordon Moody Association, to find out more.
Guest:

Elaine Smethurst


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women And Money: Investing For Children

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Women & Money

Women And Money: Investing For Children
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.
Guests:

David Thorpe, Anna Sofat, Darren Cornish


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