Pensions are often overlooked when couples divorce - and when that happens it's generally women who lose out. But pensions can be divided when you get divorced. Find out how.
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Looking to renovate or extend your home? Not sure where to start or how to find a good tradesman or woman? Listen to Sian Astley's tips - she's been in the property business for over 20 years.
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Thinking about pet insurance but confused about what to buy? This podcast explains the different types of pet insurance policy and tells you what to look for.
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Want to get on top of your money in the coming year? Did you make any money-related new year's resolutions? This podcast has practical tips on how to take control of your finances.
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Equity release involves borrowing against the value of your home. But unlike standard mortgages, you may not have to make any payments until you die. But is equity release a good idea?
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If you have a question about your pension, there are organisations that can help you for free - The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise. What exactly do they do?
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If someone close to you develops dementia, they may need professional care. Both Sarah's parents had dementia and in this podcast she talks to Ming Ho, whose mother is living with dementia, about arranging care.
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If someone close to you has dementia, it can mean that managing their finances becomes increasingly difficult. Find out what you can do and how to help.
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Do you bank online? Or do you have social media accounts? Do you store your photos online? If so, have you thought about what happens to them when you die? Find out how you can prepare.
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The idea behind tracker or passive funds is simple: they invest in companies that make up a stock market index. But how exactly do they work and are they all the same?
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With a few household names collapsing in recent years, you might be worrying about your company's pension scheme. How does the pensions safety net work?
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How much is the state pension? What happens to your state pension if you have children or care for a family member? Sarah Pennells talks to Sir Steve Webb, of Royal London.
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You may have heard of angel investing, but what exactly does it involve? How risky is it and what kind of companies can you invest in?
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Research shows that you're three times as likely to be in debt if you have mental health problems, while half of people with mental health issues are in financial difficulty. Find out what you can do.
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You can't invest without taking some risk. But where does the risk lie and how can you reduce the risk you take with your money?
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Lots of people now live with their partner without ever getting married, but few stop to consider what would happen to their finances if they were to split up. It’s not as straightforward as you think!
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More women than men have cash ISAs. The idea behind these tax-free accounts may be simple, but the rules can be complex. Savings expert Anna Bowes explains all.
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Around one in five adults have been the victim of financial abuse. But what is economic abuse and what do banks need to do to help customers who've been abused?
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Millions of people find themselves in their workplace pension, through a scheme that puts you in the pension - and you opt out if you don't like it. What is automatic enrolment?
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Many of us worry about becoming a victim of fraud and, with some kinds of fraud you won't get your money back from your bank. How can you reduce the chances of becoming a victim of fraud?
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