Pension Problems for the Under 40s

Pension Problems for the Under 40s

To make the State Pension “sustainable”, the DWP have defended their reforms, which their own figures confirm will leave at least 16 million people under 43 years old, worse off. The positive news is that those in their 50s and 60s will do best. Coming on top of the challenges already faced by those in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, including less well paid job opportunities and struggles to get onto the property ladder, it…

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Financial Style – 15th May 2015

Financial Style – 15th May 2015

On this week’s show I start to explore the world after a successful election for the conservatives!  Could this be the right time to start investing in property?  Get some tips and advice in this week’s Money Matters.  Plus, how important is maintaining credibility in the workplace?  I’m looking at the answers in the wake of Nigel Farage’s u-turn on quitting as the UKIP leader. I’m also exploring setting and achieving targets.  Are we holding…

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PTEN with Catherine Labinjo

PTEN with Catherine Labinjo

Entrepreneur and Founder of Part Time Entrepreneurs Network UK (PTEN), Catherine Labinjo joins me in the studio this morning to talk about the benefits and values of networking organisations. As the founder of the UK’s first Part-time entrepreneurs’ focused network, it would be easy to assume that Catherine is a big fan of networking organisation, and she is!  However, with the introduction of EntExpo 2015, Catherine is appealing to network leaders to join forces.  As…

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