Four months after the referendum, Sarah and her guests look at what we know about Brexit and how this might impact our money. She is joined by Justin Urquhart Stewart of 7 Investment Management, Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Solicitors and Julia Rampe, editor of the Staggers blog at the New Statesman.
The days are getting colder, so Sarah and her guests look at ways to reduce your winter fuel bills using smart thermostats, switching providers and making your home more energy efficient. She is joined by Ann Robinson of Uswitch, Neil Marshall, CEO of the National Insulation Association, David Brooks of Good Energy and Mark Abrams from Auriga Services.
This week financial journalists Vix Layton and Lindsay Cook take on the banks charging more on overdrafts than pay day loan companies as well as looking at the use of friend referral offers. Plus why white goods are getting the sucker punch awards this week.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Kevin Pratt, web editor at MoneySuperMarket.com. Today they discuss the average fall in pay for self-employed workers as well as the growing cost of online fraud. Plus why fashion sales have suffered their worst decline in seven years. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Sarah looks at the best options for travel currency, and where to look for the best holiday deals. Sh'es joined in this endeavour by Andy Webb of Be Clever With Your Cash, and Mirror Finance Journalist James Andrews.
Sarah covers the basics about stock markets, clears up some jargon, looks at different fund types and explains how and where you should open an Isa. Her guests today are Young Money Champion James Connington, Moneywise writer Tom Wilson and Richard Stone from the Share Centre.
Sarah and her guests Clare Jefferies from HomeInstead, Janet Davies of Symponia and Bill Calderbank, Chairman of the Society of Later Lafe Advisers. consider the pros and cons of senior care at home and residential care, what the costs and how to fund it, and the responsibilities and financial burdens on family members.
This week, Sarah is joined by Kelly Eroglu from the Reduced Grub website, Jordon Cox "The Coupon Kid" at Money Saving Expert, and Steph Poulson from Wowcher, to look at where to get the best deals, discounts and freebies online and in store, and how to keep abreast of the latest offers.
Sarah and her guests look at why young people don’t save and invest. Is it really the case that millennials are clueless about money? What can they afford, and what are their best options for investing?
Olivia Rudgard, David Hollingworth, Giles Andrews, Fiona Tait, Dan Wilson Craw
With a new £5 note and £1 coin soon coming into circulation, Sarah looks at all the ways we can pay. Contactless payments are on the rise, but the vast majority of transactions are still done with cash. But what is legal tender, what’s the future for cheques and what do you do with all that loose change you’ve collected?
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