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This is Money: How to invest and save for your child to give them a bumper pot of cash when they turn 18

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This is Money: How to invest and save for your child to give them a bumper pot of cash when they turn 18
It might not be on the top of your to-do list when you have a child, but investing and saving for them to build a tidy nest egg for when they reach adulthood is best done sooner rather than later. In the latest This is Money podcast, editor Simon Lambert, assistant editor (and new parent) Lee Boyce alongside host Georgie Frost look at the best ways to save for your children. We discuss investment options, Junior Isas, a pension and other ways, and why 'the hardest step is the first, but it is also the most powerful'. Lee has a target of a £50,000 pot to build up for his new daughter ahead of her 18th birthday in 2036 – and discusses how he plans to achieve this, with a little help from Einstein's eighth wonder of the world, compounding. Elsewhere, we talk about how invest for your own retirement and Fidelity's 'Power of Seven' matrix, as it looks like the pensions dashboard is finally moving ahead. We talk about the collapse of online estate agent Emoov and the future of the industry with the Bank of England's latest Brexit predictions suggesting property values could fall 30 per cent in the worst case scenario. Finally, we reveal the latest British Gas rip off and whether could we have found the answer to expensive boiler replacements.
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Simon Lambert


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Simon Rose

Motley Fool Money: The Three P's of Investing

Simon Rose
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: The Three P's of Investing
Want to keep up with the latest earnings updates from the States? Well join Chris Hill and the Motley Fool Radio Show team here on Share Radio, direct from Washington DC, for news, views and analysis of the US stocks that matter. In this week's show: Mr. Market continues its wild ride; Restoration Hardware raises the roof; Altria bets big on cannabis; And Vail Resorts hits a few moguls. Analysts Matt Argersinger, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and delve into the latest news from Toll Brothers, Yum! Brands, Altria, and Amazon. The guys also share why Equinix, Apple, and NVR are on their radar. Plus, Motley Fool Wealth Management’s Director of Financial Planning Megan Brinsfield offers up some year-end financial advice.
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Chris Hill


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Has a global economic slowdown begun?

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Has a global economic slowdown begun?
Andrew Kenningham of Capital Economics considers whether a global economic slowdown has now begun. He looks at the prospects for China, the United States and the Eurozone in particular, assessing the prospects for Germany, France and Italy. He explains why the flattening of the yield curve in the United States COULD be a harbinger of recession and discusses Capital Economics' new 20 year forecasts and the main conclusions that have been drawn.
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Andrew Kenningham


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Simon Rose

The Week That Was And The Week Ahead: Ferguson and the FTSE reshuffle

Simon Rose
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The Week That Was and The Week Ahead

The Week That Was And The Week Ahead: Ferguson and the FTSE reshuffle
Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, looks at first quarter results from Ferguson, the world's biggest plumbing supplies distributor. He also looks at the way in which sentiment in the UK market is now trumping fundamentals. Graham highlights some changes in the FTSE100 share index, with Royal Mail and Just Eat departing. And he looks ahead to forthcoming results from Ashtead and BAT.
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Graham Spooner


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Simon Rose

Share Interview: Mike Ianiri On Cyber Security: how can we protect ourselves?

Simon Rose
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Share Radio Interview

Share Interview: Mike Ianiri On Cyber Security: how can we protect ourselves?
In the wake of the Marriott Starwood data breach, with up to 500 million customers' data compromised, how can we protect ourselves when using the web. Simon Rose spoke to Mike Ianiri of independent telecoms brokerage Equinox. In a chilling interview, Mike explains the options for guarding your data and warns that free wifi, which so many of us use widely, is a cyber criminal's dream.
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Mike Ianiri


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Ralph Breaks The Internet & Creed 2

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Ralph Breaks The Internet & Creed 2
James Cameron-Wilson delves into the UK box office where the new Fantastic Beasts movie has been pushed into third place by Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph and by Creed 2 (not surprisingly, the sequel to Creed). He also looks at the home dual-format release of the 1966 Charlton Heston film Khartoum, a movie James reckons would be impossible to make now. Lastly, he looks at some of the Golden Globe nominations, which might given an early indication of the Oscar front-runners.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: The loo that monitors health

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: The loo that monitors health
Steve Caplin looks (carefully) into the high tech loo that can check for signs of disease, the Amazon Alexa microwave, why wombat poo is cuboid, bike mirrors for the hands, the Chinese scientists who've created a heat source six times hotter than the sun and why our genes may decide if we prefer tea or coffee.
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Steve Caplin


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: The Business of Hypnosis

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: The Business of Hypnosis
Adam talks to Dr Kate Beaven Marks, an expert in hypnotherapy about why more than 95% of qualified therapists fail to turn their skills into a career. They discuss why therapists and practitioners need to understand business, marketing and accounting skills and that simply being better therapist doesn’t help.
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Dr Kate Beaven Marks


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Kate Andrews

IEA: The Banny State

Kate Andrews
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IEA show

IEA: The Banny State
Have we reached peak nanny state – or as the Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss recently put it – peak banny state? Politicians seem to be sneaking in nanny state legislation through the back door, often in the face of hostile public opinion. Labour brought in a draconian smoking ban in 2007 despite its 2005 manifesto explicitly exempting drinking establishments that did not serve food. David Cameron made no mention of plain packaging in his 2010 manifesto and the sugar tax did not feature in his 2015 manifesto. These politicians violate John Stuart Mill’s famous principle that people should be free to do whatever they like, provided they harm no one but themselves. How did we get here? Joining me to discuss the banny state are the IEA’s Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA and the author of Killjoys, a critique of the health paternalism that has been adopted by governments around the world, and Rebecca Lowe, Director of the IEA’s initiative, FREER, which works to promote a freer economy and a freer society.
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Christopher Snowdon, Rebecca Lowe


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Georgie Frost

This is Money: What should we do about inheritance tax - and is it time to cut it?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This is Money: What should we do about inheritance tax - and is it time to cut it?
Inheritance tax is a conundrum. Just 5 per cent of estates currently incur it but it’s been voted Britain’s most unfair major tax. Even with the number of people hit by it expected to double, it seems we just don’t like the concept. It’s no wonder then that the Chancellor commissioned a report into it from the Office of Tax Simplification, but no one forecast that to be as damning about the system as it was. It’s complicated, more than ten times as many bereaved families have to fill in forms as pay it, and it turns out the very rich pay proportionally less than those directly below them. Does that make inheritance tax ripe for a change and how could it be adjusted? Simon Lambert and Georgie Frost discuss that on this week’s podcast. Also, on the show they discuss why tenants are still waiting for a fees ban, whether the latest move to curb private parking tickets goes far enough and the least reliable cars you can buy second hand. And finally, we’ve all heard the one about how airlines might use your browsing history to hike flight costs, but have you heard about error fares that can get you somewhere for a fraction of the normal price? And more to the point are both these true. We bust five flight booking myths.
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Simon Lambert


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