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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Jason Downes

Sue Dougan
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Track Record: Jason Downes
Sue is joined today by Jason Downes, CEO of Powwownow, who have changed the way business communicate with each other. Sue and Jason discuss this early aims and goals, his journey to becoming CEO of Powwownow and the music that has helped him along the way
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Jason Downes


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Ask Sarah: Car accident claims

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Ask Sarah: Car accident claims
Between 2001 and 2011, the number of whiplash claims for car accidents doubled, despite the number of accidents going down by 40%. This is allegedly costing us £40 a year extra in insurance costs which has caused the government to decided to clamp down on fake claims. Joining Sarah to talk about what this means to the public are, Amanda Stretton, from Confuesd.com and David Williams, technical director of AXA Insurance
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Amanda Stretton, David Williams


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Your Money, Your Future: Autumn Statement

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Your Money, Your Future

Your Money, Your Future: Autumn Statement
This week we discuss Phillip Hammond's Autumn Statement, where he announced changes to salary sacrifice schemes, new money for housing and the leaked ban on letting agent's fees. Joining Sarah are, Jane Moore, from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Debbie Lovewell-Tuck, editor of Employee Benefits magazine, Sue Warwick who's an Independent Housing Specialist at Infusion Living and Richard Connolly, the CEO of Rentplus.
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Jane Moore, Debbie Lovewell-Tuck, Sue Warwick, Richard Connolly


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: Advent Calendars

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Women and Money: Advent Calendars
With Advent right around the corner, you may be thinking about getting yourself a calendar, but have you considered a less traditional version? Harriet Meyer, a freelance personal finance journalist and Holly Smith, from Holly's Frugal Blog join Sarah to discuss the range of calendars available from drinks to beauty products.
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Holly Smith, Harriet Meyer


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Young Money: Credit Cards

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Young Money: Credit Cards
Have you been using your credit cards to get in on the black Friday deals, or perhaps some Christmas shopping? Credit cards can be extremely useful against fraud but can be a big problem if you aren't able to pay them off quickly. So should you bother, or are you better off without? To discuss this with Sarah she is joined by Young Money champion, James Connington, Andy Webb of becleverwithyourcash.com, Andrew Haggar of Moneycomms and Hannah Maundrell of Money.co.uk.
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James Connington, Andy Webb, Andrew Hagger, Hannah Maundrell


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film with James Cameron Wilson

Simon Rose
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The Business of Film with James Cameron Wilson
The Business of Film with film critic, James Cameron Wilson looking at the biggest winners and losers at the box office this week.
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James Cameron Wilson


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Simon Rose

Has Black Friday become an important day for UK shoppers?

Simon Rose
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Has Black Friday become an important day for UK shoppers?
Today is Black Friday. Last year sales exceeded the £1 billion mark, but this year experts expect the figure to be much higher. To find out more about this Jinan Rahma spoke to Gordon McKinnon, Operations Director at Intu Group and started by asking him if Black Friday has become an important day for UK shoppers.

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Simon Rose

The average person is spending half their monthly salary this festive season, but is it really worth it?

Simon Rose
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 The average person is spending half their monthly salary this festive season, but is it really worth it?
UK Christmas spending is to hit a record £77.6bn in 2016 according to the Centre for Retail Research Food, booze, presents and relatives --- it's easy to see how the cost of Christmas soon starts to add up. New research from Nationwide reveals that the average person is spending half their monthly salary this season. However, despite the festivities, it's not the happiest time of the year, with a noticeable rise in arguments. To find out more, Olivia Demetriades was joined by financial expert Jasmine Birtles and began by asking whether we're spending too much over the festive period.

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Simon Rose

The Amazon Growing Business Awards

Simon Rose
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The Amazon Growing Business Awards
It's the 18th annual Amazon Growing Business Awards on Wednesday. Triumph over adversity, exporting triumph and rural success will be just some of the themes celebrated. To find out more about this Jinan Rahma spoke to Hunter Ruthven, part of the team that hosts the Growing Business Awards and started by asking him about the awards. She also spoke to Katy Moss, Managing Director of Trent Refractories Limited who are shortlisted for the 'Triumph Over Adversity Award' at the Amazon Growing Business Awards.

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Simon Rose

The Autumn Statement and how it can help young people become more entrepreneurial

Simon Rose
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The Autumn Statement and how it can help young people become more entrepreneurial
In his Autumn Statement earlier this week, the chancellor Philip Hammond highlighted the government's plans to develop the economy's existing strengths, despite anticipating tougher times ahead. With an emphasis on increasing productivity, the chancellor announced a £23bn investment fund, plans to fund the boosting of management skills and the injection £400m into venture capital funds, allowing for £1bn worth of new investment for small businesses. To discuss the Autumn Statement in more detail and how it can help young people become more entrepreneurial, Simon spoke to Michael Mercieca, the CEO of Young Enterprise.

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