FT Money Show

Are loans that can eat up the value of your home ever worth it? Claer Barrett and guests discuss the pros and cons.

 

Should investors bet on Brexit? With a few weeks to go until the referendum, should private investors be prepared for mayhem in the markets – or a “snapback” in UK equities if Britain votes to stay within the EU?

Presenter Claer Barrett and David Stevenson, the FT’s Adventurous Investor, map out potential trading routes. Plus former UK pensions minister Steve Webb argues for the speedy introduction of a “pensions dashboard” to help savers see if their retirement funds are running on empty.

 

Claer Barrett and guests discuss how to prevent a white wedding tipping your finances into the red. Plus the rise of online betting and the row over second homes in St Ives.

 

Claer Barrett and guests discuss how you may benefit from waiting to start dipping into the UK state pension, as well as the merits of fund managers and financial advisers spending so much time on the golf course.

 

Claer Barrett and guests discuss the attractions of investing in commercial property, whether now is the time to invest in oil stocks, and how auto-enrolment pensions don’t add up

 

Naomi Rovnick and guests discuss the impact of EU membership on UK investors, as well as fund managers’ short-termism and how useful the Panama Papers could prove to HMRC

 

Why runaway classic car price rises could slow down
The wealth management bandits who raid expats’ savings
Asian stocks as income investments

 

Are we investing our pension cash wisely or being scammed?
Buy-to-let investors in panic rush to buy before a big tax rise

 

Claer Barrett and guests discuss whether young people are entitled to moan about money, whether loyalty pays with store cards, and how investors could quantify political risks

 

George Osborne’s Budget delivered a surprise boost for millennials in the form of the Lifetime ISA. But how will it hit other age groups in the wallet? FT Money editor Claer Barrett gets first reactions from Raj Mody, head of pensions at PwC; Christine Ross, head of advice at wealth management firm Heartwoods, and Nimesh Shah, partner and tax specialist at Blick Rothenberg.