pensions podcasts

It is time to go cashless?

A pension offer you can refuse; why two-year fixed mortgages are a waste of time; and an end to...

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Sumant Lluites nº1 (Endavant La Costera)

En aquesta ocasió comencem amb un poema de Vicent Andrés Estelles acompanyat de l'himne "Orgull...

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Episodio 2: qué está pasando con la previsión social en España

En esta segunda entrega del podcast School of Pensions, daremos respuesta a varias preguntas que...

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Workplace pension schemes, real estate investment trusts and equity release

Will the government limit the charges applied to workplace pension schemes – and if so, when?...

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Future of retirement: How much do you need to save?

With a pension savings crisis looming and sweeping changes affecting the rules on how we spend...

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Global stock market volatility and private banks' digital push

Claer Barrett and guests discuss the aftermath of 'Black Monday' in Chinese markets for private...

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Student finances, Steve Webb on pensions and a digital dawn for HMRC

The FT's Money Mentor looks at student money worries. Plus Steve Webb, the former pensions...

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Buy-to-let investors feel the heat

FT deputy personal finance editor James Pickford and guests discuss how the government is putting...

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Should you invest in ETFs after UBS?

How high are the charges on your pension. We name the plans that have lost 39 per cent. And, we...

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State pensions, predictions for the Budget and high frequency trading

We cover the debate over women and the state pension and we look at what is expected to be in the...

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Interest only mortgages, structured products and foreign property dreams gone sour

Why almost half the UK’s 2.6m interest-only borrowers risk being unable to repay mortgages, are...

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Changes to platform pricing, pension system failures and bankruptcy

Jonathan Eley talks to Andy Creak of rPlan about what the latest changes to platform pricing mean...

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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...

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IFA sales tactics, charitable donations and overseas pensions traps

How risky are the funds your IFA has sold you? We also look at ways to give to charity and save...

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Bank shares, payday lenders and women and finance

Is it time to look afresh at bank shares? Day of reckoning for payday lenders, and do women make...

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Bonds, green investing and the Queen's Speech

Bonds are awful, says Warren Buffett, but what is the alternative? How green investing has gone...

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First-time buyer mortgage, the hidden costs of investing and workplace pension schemes

The 0 per cent mortgage - what's the catch? The hidden costs of investing - how much is your...

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New ISAs, pensions advice and IFA liability

James Pickford and guests discuss what forthcoming reforms to ISAs mean for investors, how the...

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Tax avoidance clampdown, employer pensions, and family finances

What's your employer doing with your pension? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss HMRC's...

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Will Britain become a nation of renters?

We look at the latest threats in the property market. Do you buy high and sell low? We ask...

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