FT Money Show

Presenter Claer Barrett is joined by the writer Daniel Pembrey to discuss sleep clinics for the wealthy, plus Paul Lewis on the “tax trap” for those earning six-figure salaries, and could US small cap stocks be the way to play President Trump’s inauguration?

 

Psychologists have identified six common traits that can lead to bad financial decisions – so are you a cash splasher, an ostrich or an anxious investor? Plus, the trading secrets of Car Boot sales, and the rising costs of social care.

 

FT pensions correspondent Josephine Cumbo joins presenter Claer Barrett to analyse record transfer valuations for final salary pensions. Isa millionaire Lord Lee discusses the state of his portfolio, while Wealth Man columnist Jason Butler asks if money can really buy happiness.

 

Following a year of political shocks, JP Morgan’s Stephanie Flanders and the FT’s Jonathan Guthrie discuss what may come next. We also discuss the disappearing £50 note.

 

Investors who have done well out of Airbnb are being targeted by councils who see the site as a force shrinking the supply of rental properties. Presenter James Pickford and guests Madhu Murgia, David Stevenson and Vanessa Houlder also discuss investment opportunities arising from the US election and the difficulties of using offshore tax structures.

 

Lindsay Cook reveals how to save on champagne, perfume and other high-value items. FT journalists Hugo Greenhalgh and Thomas Hale discuss private jets, which can be surprisingly economical, and letting agents’ fees, which have been astonishingly high.

 

Presenter Claer Barrett is joined by tax and pensions experts Raj Mody of PwC, Christine Ross of Handelsbanken Wealth Management and Nimesh Shah of Blick Rothenberg to discuss the main points of Philip Hammond’s first Budget statement

 

In this week’s FT Money show, presenter James Pickford and guests discuss how to invest in infrastructure as governments boost their spending, which fine wines you should be buying for your Christmas table, and how much you should pay for a Himalayan crocodile handbag.

 

Presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss what fund managers are advising us to do with our money in light of potential changes in the US economy and foreign policy. Also on the show: the Tesco Bank hack, and former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann on the problems with the Lifetime Isa.

 

In this week’s edition of the Money Show, Claer Barrett and guests discuss biometrics, sustainable investing and how the dystopian future of hit Netflix show Black Mirror could soon be a reality of our personal finances (sort of).