If you're self-employed and need to set up a pension, where do you start? Sarah Pennells looks at a recent report published by Royal London with former Pensions Minister Steve Webb, currently Director of Policy at pensions and life insurance provider Royal London. Paul Allington founder and head of The Code Guy, gives his own account of setting up his pension, while Claire Walsh, Chartered Financial Planner and Head of Advice at Unbiased, gives advice on how to set up a pension plan. Sarah discusses whether the new Lifetime ISA can also help people set their pension.
What do you do when you buy big ticket item, like a computer or a car, and it immediately breaks down? Sarah Pennells is joined by James Walker, founder of Resolver, Matt Stone, founder of TestDrives2U and Peter Stonely, from Trading Standards on this week's programme. Together they look at the changes in the Consumer Protection Law, what warranties are available for faulty cars and how to avoid any pitfalls when researching the products.
How much did you spend on a cup of coffee this week? Sarah Pennells is joined by this week's Young Money Champion Rachel Healey, Jasmine Birtles, founder of Money Magpie, and Justin Urquhart-Stewart, Head of Corporate Development at Seven Investment Management. Together they discuss how the cost of coffee can add up, how you can save money and what you could spend your money on instead.
Sue Dougan is joined by Lisa Harris, digital editor for Sainsbury's Magazine. Together they speak to Katie Caldesi on the country's passion with Italian food, from Parma ham to Arborio rice; Richard Johnson, from British Street Food, explains why street food has become so popular and how its sellers can launch their business literally from the back of the van. Paul Turner speaks of his family-run butcher’s shop in Aldershot and how his unique sausage recipe is available nationwide, while ex-Masterchef winner Tim Anderson looks at fermented food and why its health benefits are making headlines.
Share Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, the economic slowdown, the importance of brands on consumers’ choices, Halifax increasing its upper age limit for mortgages. Consuming Issues goes out with Georgie Frost every day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio
The Entrepreneur Show takes a look at interesting businesses and talks to the people behind them. Whether you already run your own business or are thinking about taking the plunge, we'll bring you everything you need to guide your business from concept to success.
It's time for This is Money! Once again, the guys from the award-winning finance website join Georgie in the studio to run down the hottest money stories of the week. On this show, editor Simon Lambert and consumer affairs Lee Boyce are in to discuss the return of the no-deposit mortgages, the 5 biggest threats to your pensions, and finally, Leicester City for the win! Lee gloats on the clubs surprise victory, while a slightly more prosaic Simon breaks down the ridiculous odds placed on the teams chances - half as likely as seeing Elvis!
This is Money is presented in partnership with NS&I.
Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at Politico Europe, discussed the UK elections and the crisis in Turkey after the country's Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, said he will stand down. What will this mean for the EU - Turkish migrant deal? Ryan also touched on the Spanish elections, which has been confirmed for June 26.
Bob Satchwell, Executive Director at The Society of Editors, discussed the demise of The New Day newspaper, which is publishing its last edition. Bob looks at why it failed, what it said and how audiences have changed. There’s also a look at why the ‘I’ newspaper has worked, despite only coming into circulation in recent years.