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Household Tips2019061020190615 (RS)

Kim McAllister is in the kitchen this week to share tips on cutting down household costs. From supermarket shopping to switching utility suppliers, there’s loads of savings to be made. The Citizens Advice Bureau tells us how small changes to the way we use our kettles, lights, thermostat and washing machines can make us better off

Financial Coach Eileen Adamson demonstrates that pocket money can be used to teach our children good habits. If your kids are not great with money, maybe a trust fund is the way to go – we have a beginners guide.

Richard Forbes is on the roads of Perth to learn how to driving differently can reduce your fuel costs. Then, with summer approaching, we hear how to save on your summer holidays if you’re heading abroad.

Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

Kim McAllister is in the kitchen this week to share tips on cutting down household costs. From supermarket shopping to switching utility suppliers, there’s loads of savings to be made. The Citizens Advice Bureau tells us how small changes to the way we use our kettles, lights, thermostat and washing machines can make us better off

Financial Coach Eileen Adamson demonstrates that pocket money can be used to teach our children good habits. If your kids are not great with money, maybe a trust fund is the way to go – we have a beginners guide.

Richard Forbes is on the roads of Perth to learn how to driving differently can reduce your fuel costs. Then, with summer approaching, we hear how to save on your summer holidays if you’re heading abroad.

Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

Planning For The Future2019060320190608 (RS)

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

We’re in a café on Glasgow’s Great Western Road this week to hear how people are preparing for retirement. Kim McAllister asks “what steps do we need to be taking now so we can climb on board our campervan at 55?”

The developer of the Guiide website shows us how to calculate if we’ll have enough money to live off when we retire.

There’s also a beginners guide to pensions, and we visit a cemetery to find out about funeral plans.

Financial Coach Eileen Adamson has tips for building a rainy day fund to pay for those unexpected car repairs.

Finally, with Millennials being the age group most likely to lose money to fraudsters, the Citizens Advice Bureau tell us how to spot a scam.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

We’re in a café on Glasgow’s Great Western Road this week to hear how people are preparing for retirement. Kim McAllister asks “what steps do we need to be taking now so we can climb on board our campervan at 55?”

The developer of the Guiide website shows us how to calculate if we’ll have enough money to live off when we retire.

There’s also a beginners guide to pensions, and we visit a cemetery to find out about funeral plans.

Financial Coach Eileen Adamson has tips for building a rainy day fund to pay for those unexpected car repairs.

Finally, with Millennials being the age group most likely to lose money to fraudsters, the Citizens Advice Bureau tell us how to spot a scam.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

01Financial Health Check2019051320190518 (RS)

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you. Kim McAllister sits down with her friends at the kitchen table to discuss their spending habits. Financial Coach Eileen Adamson shows us how to improve our credit score. A professional complainer gives us tips on getting your money back. We visit a credit union in Craigmiller, Edinburgh to find out how it helps the local community. We hear how the latest apps developed in Scotland can be used to manage our money better.

02Dealing With Debt2019052020190525 (RS)

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

03Property2019052720190601 (RS)

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

04Planning For The Future2019060320190608 (RS)

Hate talking about money? Does the word ‘pension’ make your pulse race for all the wrong reasons and even the mention of an ISA hurt your brain? Good, you’re not alone! We’re about to take the fear out of the word finance and make you feel good about being money smart. Packed with real, practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket, this fun and fast paced weekly half hour is designed to make you feel fit to face up to whatever money worry the contemporary world throws at you.

We’re in a café on Glasgow’s Great Western Road this week to hear how people are preparing for retirement. Kim McAllister asks “what steps do we need to be taking now so we can climb on board our campervan at 55?”

The developer of the Guiide website shows us how to calculate if we’ll have enough money to live off when we retire.

There’s also a beginners guide to pensions, and we visit a cemetery to find out about funeral plans.

Financial Coach Eileen Adamson has tips for building a rainy day fund to pay for those unexpected car repairs.

Finally, with Millennials being the age group most likely to lose money to fraudsters, the Citizens Advice Bureau tell us how to spot a scam.

Practical, easy to execute advice which really will make a difference to your pocket.

05Household Tips20190610