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Georgie Frost

This is Money: Are tax returns too taxing - and could you not know you need to do one?

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

This is Money

This is Money: Are tax returns too taxing - and could you not know you need to do one?
Are tax returns too taxing, why did new overdraft rules backfire, are challenger banks biting and what are the cars that hold their value best? We answer these questions on this week’s This is Money podcast. It’s tax return time. The organised will have safely filed their tax returns long ago, but there are still plenty of people who don’t yet feel the last minute has arrived. But what if you are meant to fill in a tax return and don’t realise? On this week’s podcast, Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce and Georgie Frost discuss the ten reasons that people may have to fill a tax return in, even though they are employees paid through PAYE. The team also discuss whether much of the tax return is really needed, or whether people are needlessly spending time filling in an over complicated form for an overly complex system. Also on this week’s podcast is the overdraft row that’s blown up on the back of the FCA’s attempt to improve borrowing and bank’s deciding that 39.9 per cent rates sounded about right. The team discuss whether the challenger banks are starting to bite and why people are attracted to them. And finally, Simon tells us about the new episode of the Making the Money Work podcast with London 2012 Olympic-medal winning boxer Anthony Ogogo.
Guests:

Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce


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Simon Rose

Share Interview: Tips to help your business weather tough times

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Interview

Share Interview: Tips to help your business weather tough times
App development company The Distance almost didn’t go the distance, coming close to failing two years ago. Now it is thriving, with a near seven-figure turnover. In conversation with Simon Rose, MD Anthony Main offers advice to other businesses on how to survive tough times, get through a lean patch and emerge the other side healthier than ever.
Guest:

Anthony Main


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Adam Cox

Mini Mindset: HS2 and the Environment

Adam Cox
Original Broadcast:

Mini Mindset

Mini Mindset: HS2 and the Environment
Adam talks to Anthony Coumbe, Senior Environment Manager for the HS2 – the UK’s largest ever infrastructure project, about why making environmental concerns a priority are so crucial to the process. They discuss how communities have been involved in environmental decisions and how animals, trees and organisms unique to specific towns and areas are being fully considered throughout construction.
Guest:

Anthony Coumbe


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Simon Rose

Superinvestors

Simon Rose
Superinvestors
In a new partnership with publishers Harriman House, Share Radio has produced its first audiobook 'Superinvestors', written by Matthew Partridge and read by some of Share Radio's best known presenters. 'Superinvestors' lays bare the investing secrets of legendary investors - from early 20th-century figures such as Benjamin Graham and John Maynard Keynes, through to more modern names such as Anthony Bolton and Warren Buffett.

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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: What next for ethical banking?

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Women & Money

Women and Money: What next for ethical banking?
Last month the Co-operative Bank put itself up for sale because it hasn't managed to improve its finances in the way it needs to. There's no immediate threat to the Co-op Bank, and the The Co-operative Bank has been at pains to say that it is not abandoning its principles. It was and is the first - and only - high street bank to have an ethical policy. But what is the future for the bank and what are the alternatives if you want to bank somewhere that does have some principles. Sarah Pennells was joined in the studio by founder of Fairer Finance James Daley, Anthony Elliot from the Fair Banking Foundation and Huw Davies, Head of Retail Banking at Triodos Bank.
Guests:

James Daley, Huw Davies, Antony Elliott


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Simon Rose

Crowdfunders: Peer-to-peer Pitkins

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Crowdfunders: Peer-to-peer Pitkins
Crowdfunders is Share Radio's weekly look at the peer-to-peer and crowdfunding space, examining the latest news and developments in the fast growing world of alternative finance. On today's show, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher gets the scoop on why the number of completed equity crowdfunding deals fell in 2016 and how the creator of Pitkins is making a crowdfunded comeback. Ed also spoke to Anthony Hilton, the London Evening standard's top financial columnist.

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Nigel Cassidy

Councillor Anthony Taylor on the Tata Steel £1bln rescue deal

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Councillor Anthony Taylor on the Tata Steel £1bln rescue deal
Tata Steel has made a commitment to secure jobs and production at Port Talbot and other steelworks across the UK, unions have said. It could bring an end to eight months of uncertainty for thousands of workers who faced losing their jobs when Tata's UK business was put up for sale. Community Union made the announcement following talks with Tata and other unions Unite and GMB on Wednesday. But workers still have to agree to it and will be balloted in the new year. Councillor Anthony Taylor, former worker at the Port Talbot steel plant, joined Share Radio to discuss the deal.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Anthony Taylor


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Nigel Cassidy

No charges against Clinton over emails - FBI

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

No charges against Clinton over emails - FBI
The FBI has given Hillary Clinton a boost in polls just two days before the election by clearing her of wrongdoing following a new trawl of email material. FBI director James Comey told Congress yesterday that she should not face charges over messages found on the computer of politician Anthony Weiner - the estranged husband of the Democratic candidate's closest aide Huma Abedin. US political correspondent Colin Bloom joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the latest from the Presidential election.

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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Eighteen

Sue Dougan
Original Broadcast:

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Eighteen
Sue and Helena meet Guka Tavberidze, the brains behind Savse Juices, taste some jerk chicken made by Anthony Cumberbatch, head chef at Jamaican restaurant Rudie's, and pop along to the book launch of Palomar. Plus, they catch up with Michelin-starred chef Jeff Galvin.
Guests:

Guka Tavberidze, Anthony Cumberbatch, Jeff Galvin, Tomar Amendi


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor: How to cope with boring jobs, Olympic love from the TUC and mental health at work

Nick Peters
Original Broadcast:

Shop Floor

Shop Floor: How to cope with boring jobs, Olympic love from the TUC and mental health at work
Nick talks to Anthony Hughes a director of the recruitment specialists Coburg Banks about boring jobs and how to cope with one, Dutchmen Pim Demorree and Jos Minaar whose mission is to make work fun, and Paul Sellers, the TUC’s Pay Policy Officer, about workers watching the Olympics. Plus, he speaks to Rachel Suff, Employment Relations Advisor at the CIPD, about its report which suggests little progress is being made to tackle mental health issues in the workplace.
Guests:

Anthony Hughes, Pim Demorree, Paul Sellers, Rachel Suff


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