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Money 101

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Join Bea Duncan as she sets out on a mission to learn about money, clear up the confusion and hopefully get the answers to the questions we all have.

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18. Series 1 Debrief

Feb 10 • 24:45
Across the series we’ve had the opportunity to hear from so many amazing people, and so in the final episode of the series Kalpana and Bea take a look back over some of their favourite moments of the series. They also discuss the important things that have been brought up that we need to remember going forward, and Kalpana gives her final tips.

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17. Apps and Financial Technology

Feb 10 • 22:48
In recent years there has been a huge increase in financial technology, also known as fintech, and financial planning and helping apps. Bea had a chat with Tristan Thomas, Head of Marketing at Monzo. They talked all about the rise in fintech and how we can utilise it to our advantage, such as how it’s changing the way we use money, what features to look out for, and what i...

16. The Future

Feb 10 • 21:51
None of us really knows what the future will hold, even when it comes to money and finances. However, that doesn’t stop us having a good go at making predictions! Bea sat down with Gemma Godfrey, former CEO of Moola and winner of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s show ‘The Apprentice’, as she put in her two cents about what she thinks is in store for the future of money. They discus...

15. Buying Property

Feb 10 • 30:53
For many young people, owning a house is an unattainable dream, or one that they aren’t planning to think about for many years. Is it as difficult as it’s made out to be?

Bea sits down with Dilpreet Bhagrath, a mortgage expert at online mortgage broker Trussle, who are on a mission to ‘make mortgages fairer’. She walks us through the process of buying a house, from what a m...

14. Renting

Feb 10 • 28:08
Where you live is a vital part of your wellbeing and general happiness, but it can very often feel overwhelming and like a drain on your finances. With rising house prices and letting agents and landlords charging excessive fees or fines, it can seem like the wild west out there. Luckily Bea was able to sit down with housing journalist Vicky Spratt. She set up the campaign...

13. Spending

Jan 24 • 22:51
Bea speaks to a variety of the contributors heard from across the series, including Gemma Godfrey, former CEO of Moola and recent winner of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s show ‘The Apprentice’; Simon, CEO and founder of savings app Chip; Sue Anderson from the debt charity Stepchange, Vicky Spratt, a housing journalist; Katherine Swindells, the former welfare office at The Univers...

12. Debt

Jan 24 • 33:45
Debt is an incredibly serious topic, and can affect our lives in so many different ways. Bea chats with two people from the debt charity Stepchange; Head of media Sue Anderson, and Andy Shaw, who is a debt advice coordinator. Sue gives heaps of vital information about exactly what debt is, how it can occur and how we can go about removing the stigma. She also gives some pr...

11. Credit Score

Jan 24 • 34:01
Credit scores are one of those things that everyone has heard of, but nobody quite understands. This is worrying considering how important credit scores are to so many different aspects of our lives. So, to clear up the confusion, Bea sat down with John Webb, Consumer Affairs Executive at Experian. He explains everything you need to know about credit scores, including how ...

10. Borrowing money

Jan 24 • 25:16
From a loan to start a business, or money to fix a car which is vital to your life, when it’s done properly and safely borrowing money can be extremely helpful. However, there are times when borrowing money can cause more problems than it solves.

Bea listens to the experiences of Jen and Elysia, who both borrowed money using payday loan lenders and experienced negative cons...

9. Long-term Saving

Jan 24 • 18:43
Long term savings like your pension are one of those things that we know are important, but which many of us haven’t even begun to think about. Well, that’s hopefully going to change after you hear this. Bea talks to Sir Steve Webb, a former government minister for pensions and current Head of Policy at Royal London. He really knows the ins and outs of later life savings, ...

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