FT Money Show
  • Payday lenders, mortgage limits & Woodfood's investment trust Apr 22, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the plight of payday lenders subject to tighter regulation, lending in the first year after the mortgage market review, and whether enthusiasm for Neil Woodford's small cap investment trust is justified
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  • Zero inflation, pension tax relief and the electoral roll Apr 15, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss what the period of zero inflation means for mortgage borrowers, how political parties are planning to raid pension tax relief, and what the electoral roll is used for beyond voting
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  • Jisas, buy-to-let and new tax reliefs Apr 08, 2015
  • This week's show looks at how easy it is to transfer a child trust fund into a Junior Isa. Jonathan Eley also questions whether the 'wall' of pension money set to hit the buy-to-let market could actually be just a trickle. And the team examines what new tax reliefs are available to taxpayers and savers.
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  • Pension cash, fund stewardship and overseas property Apr 01, 2015
  • This week's show looks at taking cash out of your pension fund and whether fund managers are looking after your money. Jonathan Eley also talks to James Pickford about the outlook for holiday property.
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  • Pensions guidance, house prices and Alliance Trust Mar 25, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss what to expect from free guidance on pension options, whether house prices are finally coming off the boil, and the future of the UK's largest investment trusts
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  • Budget 2015: How your personal finances could be affected Mar 18, 2015 - 4:10 pm
  • George Osborne's no-giveaway budget has given away a higher personal tax allowance, access to retirement annuities (but a cut to the lifetime pension allowance), and a new Help to Buy ISA for first-time home-buyers. Matthew Vincent discusses how these measures will affect your finances with the help of Nicola Roberts, partner at Deloitte; Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg; and Jason Butler, founder of Bloomsbury Wealth.
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  • Digital passports, Isa deadline and tax avoidance Mar 11, 2015
  • This week's show delves into the new digital passport and offers advice on where to put this year's Isa allowance. We also ask who is really to blame for the tax avoidance scandals that have been hitting headlines?
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  • A stronger pound, crowdfunding and farmland Mar 04, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the effect of a stronger pound on holidaymakers, why money is pouring into risky crowdfunding and ways to invest in farmland
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  • Election implications, renewables and car financing Feb 26, 2015
  • This week's show looks at how investors are reacting to the uncertainty surrounding the general election. James Pickford also delves into green energy and the mysterious world of car financing
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  • Pension drawdown, investment behaviour and enterprise investment schemes Feb 19, 2015
  • Lucy Warwick-Ching and guests discuss Hargreaves Lansdown's cut to drawdown costs, why people are prone to making irrational investment decisions, and the merits of investing in enterprise investment schemes
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  • Conveyancing, pension scheme deficits and fund fees Feb 11, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss a new service that promises to speed up home purchases, record private sector pension scheme deficits, and the latest in the debate on fund management fees
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  • Card compensation, protecting pension savers and property websites Jan 28, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss compensation for those mis-sold credit card insurance, measures to help pension savers make the right financial decisions, and the new property portal OnTheMarket.com
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  • Savings rates, equity release and cybersecurity Jan 21, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the FCA's criticism of the savings market this week, why equity release is on the rise, and the vulnerability of investments and savings to cyber criminals
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  • Corporate leadership, tax returns and annuity reforms Jan 14, 2015
  • James Pickford and guests discuss the importance of company management for investors, tips for taxpayers ahead of the self-assessment deadline, and proposals that would allow annuity holders to sell their products
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  • Pension reforms, mortgage slowdown and student housing Jan 08, 2015
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the major pension reforms effective in April, how the mortgage market slowdown is affecting high-value borrowers, and the troubles afflicting student accommodation funds
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  • Basic bank accounts, investing in Russia and financial advice Dec 17, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss whether free current accounts are under threat, the investment climates in Japan and Russia, and whether people are receiving better financial advice two years after major reforms
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  • Investing in Tesco, state pensions and payday lenders Dec 11, 2014
  • James Pickford and guests discuss how Tesco's woes are affecting investors, why the new single tier state pension does not benefit everyone, and how new regulations will affect the payday lending industry
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  • Autumn Statement: what it means for your money Dec 04, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss changes to stamp duty rates for house buyers, inheritance rules for individual savings accounts, and changes for peer-to-peer lending
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  • Credit cards, buy-to-let investments and pet projects Nov 26, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss whether an FCA investigation will make it harder to get a credit card, if booming returns for buy-to-let landlords can be sustained, and how investors can profit from pet animals
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  • State pensions, multi-asset funds and Swiss gold Nov 19, 2014
  • This week's show discusses forthcoming changes to state pension rules, whether multi-asset funds present solutions for ordinary investors, and how a vote in Switzerland could affect the gold price
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  • Payday lending, mortgage brokers and Chinese shares Nov 12, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and FT colleagues discuss the expected demise of so-called payday lenders, the rise of mortgage brokers and other intermediaries, and the opening up of the Shanghai stock exchange to foreign investors
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  • Holiday pay ruling, bequeathing money and salary sacrifice Nov 05, 2014
  • This week's show looks at the impact of this week's court ruling on holiday pay entitlements, why people choose to leave their natural heirs out of their will, and how salary sacrifice can be used to save tax
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FT Money ShowThe FT Money Show brings you engaging and insightful coverage of the week’s major personal finance issues. Jonathan Eley and his team of FT journalists dissect the news with the help of leading industry commentators and discuss how the latest events will affect you and your pocket.

The FT Money Show is produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching. You can find more personal finance news from the Financial Times on our website and listen to more episodes of FT Money Show on iTunes, Stitcher, Audioboom or Soundcloud.



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