MoneyTalk

Tips and guidance on your savings and investments - making good investing easy.

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MoneyTalk - Episode 8

In the latest episode of MoneyTalk we look at ways of investing and passing on wealth to the next generation. Maike Currie explains how a Junior ISA can help children avoid student debt or help them get their first foot on the property ladder. Once you’ve opened a Junior ISA for a child, you’ll need to decide where to invest the savings - here Tom Stevenson’s video clip on emerging markets could be helpful, explaining why these regions offer enticing growth opportunities for those with the advantage of time on their side. Ed Monk explores how a pension can be used as a way of passing on wealth, while the final video in our Mind the Gap series explains how parents can mind the childcare gap.

Junior ISA to avoid student debt
22 September 2017
Investing in Emerging Markets
22 September 2017
Pass on your wealth with a pension
22 September 2017
Mind the childcare gap
22 September 2017
Tom Stevenson and Nick Price extended interview
22 September 2017

MoneyTalk - Episode 7

This episode is dedicated to a very important topic: Retirement. Maike Currie reveals why compound interest can be the most powerful force when building a pension pot, while Ed Monk explains how a workplace pension works. Tom Stevenson looks at why equity income is a great building block for those planning to draw an income from their pension. Finally, as part of our Mind the Gap series we look at women and their pension pots, explaining how to plug any gaps in your pension savings.

Compound Interest
12 July 2017
Mind the Pensions Gap
12 July 2017
Workplace Pensions
12 July 2017
Retirement Income
12 July 2017
Tom Stevenson and Nick Mustoe - full interview
12 July 2017

MoneyTalk - Episode 6

In this episode, we look at how you can unlock opportunity in uncertain times. Maike Currie reveals why parking your ISA in cash can make sense while you decide where to invest. Tom Stevenson explores how mixing assets within multi-asset funds offers opportunities for investors with different risk appetites, while Ed Monk investigates the growing trend of self-employment and explains why this group can’t afford to ignore setting up a pension. Finally, a sneak preview at what we’ll be covering in our new Women & Money series.

Multi asset investing - extended interview
18 May 2017
Park your ISA in cash while you decide
18 May 2017
Risk-proof your investments
18 May 2017
Working for yourself? Why you need a pension
18 May 2017
In the next episode - Smart women invest
18 May 2017

MoneyTalk - Episode 5

In this episode, Tom Stevenson reveals the four funds he’s putting in his ISA this year. Ed Monk explores two ways to make your pension last longer, Emma-Lou Montgomery shares our top money saving tips and Claire Dwyer examines whether you’re better off with a pension or an ISA.

Two ways to make your pension money last
22 February 2017 - Ed Monk
Should I invest in an ISA or my pension?
22 February 2017 - Claire Dwyer
What I’m investing in my ISA this year
22 February 2017 - Tom Stevenson
How I saved £20,000 in a year
22 February 2017 - Emma-Lou Montgomery
Boost your ISA with these simple money saving tip
22 February 2017 - Emma-Lou Montgomery