FT Money Show

The “rich kids of Instagram” phenomenon has unsettled many parents, affluent or not. How can you ensure your children have enough to do what they want, but not so much that they do nothing? Also on the show: zero interest credit card transfers

 

In this week’s FT Money show, presenter Jo Cumbo and guests discuss whether it’s time to cash in that precious “gold-plated” company pension.

 

In this week’s FT Money show, presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss student loans, leasehold properties, and how to talk to your children about your wealth.

 

In this week’s Money Show, FT correspondents and outside guests tackle questions we have received from our community of readers and listeners on Brexit and the pound, property and interest rates.

 

In this week’s Money Show, presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss fine wine, bond funds, savings accounts and the Bank of England’s interest rate decision

 

Commercial property funds are pulling up the drawbridge after Brexit. FT Money deputy editor James Pickford discusses your options, as well as looking at the commuter chaos on Southern Rail, and a new tax clampdown on contractors.

 

Much of what will happen after Brexit remains obscure, but in this special post-referendum podcast, FT Money deputy editor James Pickford and guests discuss the ramifications for the future of British investments, property and pensions.

 

Some people are so good at collecting air miles and hotel points that they live a life of luxury for a fraction of the cost, but how easy is this for the average person? FT Money deputy editorJames Pickford and guests also discuss the latest woes in the beleaguered annuities market, and whether or not retail investors should bother with private equity funds.

 

How new micro-investing apps could help young people to invest their spare change. Plus does cash beat shares? Presenter Claer Barrett probes Paul Lewis on his latest research, and we ask how sustainable oil dividends are for investors.

 

Higher costs and tighter mortgage lending mean the sums no longer add up for many landlords. Presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss the growing attractiveness of property in the north of England, plus John Lee debates how to get your children interested in the stock market, and we ask what would you do with your money if you only had a year to live?