Money matters and personal finance - presented by Which?
Pension reforms and banking competition inquiry - Which?...07/23/14
22/07/14: This week our money experts are discussing the latest developments in the radical shake-up of the pensions system, with George Osborne announcing this week that pensioners will be entitled to free, impartial advice on how to make the most of...
Payday loan caps and insurance renewals - Which? Money
15/07/14: This week our money experts will be discussing the new payday loan caps that are being introduced, and talking about how they will affect those looking for short term loans, as well as the firms that provide them. They will also be looking...
Managing money in retirement and copycat firms - Which? Money
08/07/14: This week our money experts are talking about managing money in retirement, having recently surveyed more than 5,000 of our members on issues around what they are spending their money on, and how that changes. They will also be looking at...
Peer-to-peer lending and buying property at auction - Which? Money
This week our money experts discuss peer-to-peer lending, to see if the benefits outweigh the risks of this option that is becoming increasingly popular with both investors and borrowers. They also look at the process of buying a property at auction,...
Isas and getting the best deal on home insurance - Which? Money
18/06/14: This week our money experts bring you news of changes to Isa savings limits that are due to come into effect next month. They also discuss ways that you can cut the cost of your home insurance premium, with tips on haggling and by revealing...
Compulsory ticket ad-on fees and interest rates - Which? Money
17/06/14: This week our money experts are discussing some of our current Which? campaigns, including the battle against high compulsory ticket ad-on fees, as well as savings providers not being clear about the interest rates that they're offering. You...
IPOs, stocks and shares and travel insurance - Which? Money
This week our money experts discuss IPOs as TSB prepares to be floated on the stock market later this month. They explain what it means and what you should consider before buying shares. The team also offer insight and advice about travel insurance,...
Pension reforms and cutting your capital gains tax bill - Which? Money
04/06/14: This week our money experts discuss the pension reforms that were outlined in the Queen's Speech. The proposed changes focus on 'collective pensions' - that aim to provide better value for money for pensioners. The team also discuss capital...
Investment supermarkets and holiday deals - Which? Money
28/05/14: This week our money experts discuss investment supermarkets; explaining what they are and how they could be a good investment option. They also offer advice on booking your summer holiday; with tips on the best days to fly and how to haggle...
Understanding credit reports and haggling - Which? Money
21/05/14: This week our money experts discuss credit reports, after our research showed that many people are struggling to understand their statutory reports thanks to their confusing format. They also look at the issue of haggling, and report back on...
Our 'simpler savings' campaign and Buy to Let mortgages - Which? Money
14/05/14: This week our money experts talk about our latest campaign that aims to make things simpler for savers and to help us get a better deal on our savings. They also discuss Buy to Let mortgages that are celebrating their 18th birthday, and look...
Automatic insurance renewals and spending abroad - Which? Money
07/05/14 - When your home or car insurance is renewed automatically, do you feel confident you are getting the best deal? Our money experts discuss what providers should do. Plus, we look at credit, debit and pre-paid cards, along with ATM...
Savings protection and investing in the stock market - Which? Money
23/04/14: This week our money experts discuss the protection available when it comes to savings. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme should protect your savings up to a limit, but how well do the banks know the scheme? The team also offer...
Inheritance tax exemptions and costly phone numbers - Which? Money
16/04/14: This week our money experts discuss inheritance tax, and how thinking ahead when it comes to managing your estate can help save you money. They also talk about our Costly Calls campaign that has resulted in the Financial Conduct Authority...
Has tech made talking to your bank any easier? - Which? Money
09/04/14: As 2,000 local branches of various banks have closed over the last decade, what does this mean for the network of communication? We discuss whether technology has helped bridge the comms gap, or if banks still fall short. You can share your...
Cash ISAs, savings accounts and crowd funding - Which? Money
02/04/14: This week our money experts look at what's been happening with the cash ISA over its 15 year history and how deteriorating choice and interest rates have affected savings. They also discuss crowd funding as a way of investing in a project,...
Pension savings and broadband deals - Which? Money
26/03/14: This week our money experts discuss pension options, and specifically income drawdown options and when they are the suitable choice. They also look at broadband packages, and explain how to get the best or the cheapest deal, as well as...
Which? Money podcast, 07 May 2014
This week: Automatic insurance renewals; best cards for spending abroad; and get your queries answered by the Financial Ombudsman Service. .
Which? Money podcast, 30 April 2014
This week: New mortgage rules explained; the future of finance; and we try out a new mobile payments service called Paym.
Which? Money podcast, 23 April 2014
This week: How much do banks know about the Financial Services Compensation Scheme?; boost income in the stock markets; and get a better deal on holiday money.
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