Episode 7: It’s Your Money

October 11, 2017

On this episode we find out about gold, we ask why women aren’t investing, we discuss recent travel chaos, and we look schemes to avoid stamp duty.

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Episode 6: It’s Your Money

September 27, 2017

On this episode: we look at claims that banks are not doing enough to stop their customers falling victim to fraudsters; we ask whether now is the time to freeze your mortgage; we find out about investment platforms; and we get to grips with final salary pensions.

 

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Episode 5: It’s Your Money

September 12, 2017

This week we ask why it doesn't pay to be loyal to your insurer; whether it’s the end of the cash ISA; if investors should be looking overseas; and we discuss the new plans to let you have a mortgage for life.

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Episode 4: It’s Your Money

August 30, 2017

This week we find out all about bitcoin; we answer your questions on Lifetime ISAs; we ask whether the government’s plan for free childcare is all it’s cracked up to be; and we tell you about cold callers stealing your pension savings.

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Episode 3: It’s Your Money

August 16, 2017

In this week’s episode: we’re talking lost luggage; addiction to tobacco payments; crowdfunding to change the divorce system; and overpaying your student loans.

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Episode 2: It’s Your Money

August 2, 2017

It’s Your Money: The Telegraph's new financial podcast, hosted by The Telegraph's Laura Suter.

In this week’s episode: the latest development in fraud; why pensioners are doing tax returns; how your car insurance could have gone up 100% and meet the man who is selling his house via a raffle.

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Episode 1: It’s Your Money

July 19, 2017

It’s Your Money: The Telegraph's brand new financial podcast, hosted by The Telegraph's Laura Suter.

In this week’s episode: Are ultra-low mortgage rates about to disappear; the two pension traps everyone needs to know about; is the stock market set for a crash and PINs: are we all using them so little these days that we're forgetting them?

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