FT Money Show
Will disputes, alternative assets and holiday...07/28/15
Claer Barrett and guests discuss some unusual investments that warrant investor caution, and the implications of a landmark ruling for those leaving a financial legacy to their families
Rich rewards from farmland? Plus angel investing and...
Investors in farmland reap a rich harvest. Plus we look at the attractions and risks of angel investing and how the dividend tax could deliver a bumper year.
Female breadwinners, China's meltdown and HMRC's latest...
FT Money looks at the ups and downs of being a female breadwinner. We also discuss what China's market meltdown means for your investments and HMRC's latest crackdown on those it thinks have broken the rules.
Budget special: Buy-to-let, tax on dividends and...
How will the measures in the first Conservative Budget since 1997 affect your finances? Jonathan Eley unpacks the policy details with the help of Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg; Jason Butler, founder of Bloomsbury Wealth, and Claire Evans,...
Self-building, Greek travel and community shares
James Pickford and guests discuss the costs and challenges of building your own home, what those travelling to Greece should carry in their wallets, and the rise of community share offers to fund local projects
Greek crisis, the sharing economy and pensions advice
Claer Barrett and guests discuss what Greek debt negotiations mean for European investors, making money from spare bedrooms and parking spaces, and what distinguishes guidance from advice for pension savers
20 years of Aim - we expose the risks - and delve into the...
As Aim celebrates 20 years on the LSE, Claer Barrett and Professor Paul Marsh assess the risks. And Josephine Cumbo asks what more could be done to help UK pensioners access their pension cash.
Pre-nups, German rent controls and pension freedoms
As the summer wedding season approaches more of us are insisting on a pre-nup before we walk down the aisle. Are these legally binding? Plus we ask whether London can learn from Berlin in terms of rent controls and discuss pension freedoms
Merryn Somerset Webb, Lloyds bank shares and anomalies in...
This week Merryn Somerset Webb makes a guest appearance on the show to talk about her column on the path to financial happiness. We also debate what the sell off of Lloyds shares means for investors and delve into anomalies in the tax system
Right to Buy, future of banks and safety deposit boxes
This week we delve into the Queens Speech and how it could transform the UK's housing market. Plus what is the future for banks, and should you use a saftey deposit box in light of the Hatton Garden heist
30th anniversary of FT Money, nanny pensions and investing...
It's the 30th anniversary of FT Money - we look back at three decades of investing. This week, new FT Money editor Claer Barrett also delves into the world of nanny tax and investing in wine
Post-election housing policies, Brewdog crowdfunding and...
The FT's James Pickford talks to Knight Frank's Liam Bailey about the housing market post election. This week's show also examines Brewdog's bid to raise £25m from crowdfunding and what the new pensions minister means for your retirement savings
The election, alternative property and the bond market
This week we look at the effect of the Election on your finances, alternative ways of getting onto the property ladder and the bond market warnings.
Alliance Trust, final salary pension schemes and...
This week's show looks at the latest events at Alliance Trust and the threats facing final salary pension schemes. Jonathan Eley also interviews the FT's James Mackintosh about the investment trend to 'Sell in May'.
Payday lenders, mortgage limits & Woodfood's investment...
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
Zero inflation, pension tax relief and the electoral roll
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
Jisas, buy-to-let and new tax reliefs
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...
Pension cash, fund stewardship and overseas property
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.
Pensions guidance, house prices and Alliance Trust
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
Budget 2015: How your personal finances could be affected
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...
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