On todays show, Sarah Pennells discusses tax for young people, if they need to pay it, are they paying the right amount and how do they check. To help Sarah Claire Thackerberry, the main technical officer from the tax guide for students and Chris Eccles from Employment for Students
Today Sarah is discussing the prospect of investing in unconventional items. To talk to Sarah about this is, Phillip Gearing from Cult Wines, Peter Valinaus, from Armit Wines, Jimmy George from Tattersalls and Lynette Peck, founder of Lovely's Vintage Emporium.
Sarah Pennells is joined by a panel of female travel experts from Wellbeing Escapes, Maiden Voyage and the Lonely Planet, to talk about travelling solo for business or pleasure and the financial and safety aspects to think about.
Now after a week of banks making headlines for all the wrong reasons - is there such thing as a nice surprise from your Bank? Editor Simon Lambert from This is Money thinks there may be. The team are back for their weekly catch up with Georgie to talk us through the stories they've been investigating this week - including supermarket price war at its peak, drivers up in arms and strikes that could affect your holiday.
With women making up the majority of the low paid workforce – what can be done to bridge the gender pay and opportunity gap? Georgie talks to Helen Kersley from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills about their latest initiative.