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Paul Lewis takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates]

Vincent Duggleby and guests take listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates]

Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates]

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates]

Paul Lewis and guests takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates]

20070528

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm.

20040419

Paul Lewis takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20040510

Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

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Paul Lewis takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20040906

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20040913
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20041004

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20041011

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20041018

Paul Lewis and guests take listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

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Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20050131

Vincent Duggleby and guests take listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

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Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

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Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

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20051003
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20051024
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20051114
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20051205
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20060109
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20060123
20060130
20060213

Paul Lewis and guests take listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20060220

Paul Lewis takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

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Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

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20061002

Paul Lewis and guests takes listeners' calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Call in on 08700 100 444 [national rates].

20061009
20061016
20061023
20061030

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues.

Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm.

20061106

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues.

20061113
20061120

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 [national rates]

20061127

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 [national rates]

20061204
20061211
20061218
20070108
20070115

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues.

Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from (national rates).

20070122
20070129
20070205
20070212

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [National rate].

20070219

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to take calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm to 3.30pm [National rate].

20070226
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Experts and guests answer calls on financial issues. Call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [National rates].

20070319

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm.

20070326
20070402

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm.

20070409
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20070514
20070521
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20071001
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20071029
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20071112

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute].

20071119
20071126
20071203

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm. Calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute.

20071210

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute].

20071217
20071231
20080107

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

Phone-in programme with discussion and advice on personal finance

20080114

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

Phone-in programme with discussion and advice on personal finance

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute].

20080121
20080128
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Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

Phone-in programme with discussion and advice on personal finance

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute].

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Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

Phone-in programme with discussion and advice on personal finance

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm. Calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute.

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Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 08700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm. Calls from land lines cost no more than 8p a minute.

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Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 03700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm. [Calls cost no more than to 01, 02 landline numbers].

20080908
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20081006

Paul Lewis takes listeners' questions on maternity, paternity and adoption rights. He is joined by experts Rachel Hadwen of Working Families and Sian Keall of Travers Smith.

Listeners can call 03700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls cost no more than to 01, 02 landline numbers].

20081020

Paul Lewis takes listeners' questions on mortgages. The panel is Ray Boulger of mortgate experts John Charcol, Melanie Bien of Savills Private Finance and Hayley Rowley of Citizens Advice.

20081027

Paul Lewis and experts Sally West of Age Concern and Eddy Graham of Child Poverty Action Group take your calls on benefits.

Listeners can call 03700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls cost no more than to 01, 02 landline numbers].

20081103
20081110
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Vincent Duggleby and guests answer questions on divorce and separation. The panel are Dani Glover, director of pensions and financial planning at Smith and Williamson, Rachel Hadwen, benefits advisor with the Working Families helpline and John Fotheringham, consultant in family law at Fyfe Ireland.

20081124

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues. Listeners can call 03700 100 444 from 1.30pm until 3.30pm [calls cost no more than to 01, 02 landline numbers].

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20081201

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20081215

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20081222

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20081229
20090107

Vincent Duggleby takes your questions on tax and self assessment.

20090114

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on insurance. He is joined by Hayley Parsons from Gocompare.com, Malcolm Tarling of the Association of British Insurers and Peter Staddon of the British Insurance Brokers' Association.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on insurance.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090121

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090128

Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' questions on renting and letting. He is joined by a panel of experts: John Socha, vice chairman of the National Landlords Association, Hayley Rowley of Citizens Advice and Vivien Gambling of the Housing Law Practitioners Association and Lambeth Law Centre.

Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' questions on renting and letting.

20090211

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090218

As part of the BBC Money Matters Roadshow, Paul Lewis and guests take financial questions from shoppers at The Trafford Centre in Manchester. He is joined by Ray Boulger of John Charcol mortgage advisers, Beccy Boden-Wilks of National Debtline, Graham Hooper of Bestinvest and Sandie Lock of Citizens Advice.

Paul Lewis and guests take financial questions from shoppers in Manchester.

20090225

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on equity release.

20090304

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on banking.

20090311

Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' questions on ISAs and tax free savings. He is joined by Mark Dampier, head of research at Hargreaves Lansdown, Michelle Slade, press officer at Moneyfacts and Adrian Lowcock, senior investment adviser at Bestinvest.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on ISAs and tax free savings.

20090318

Synopsis

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer questions on tax and tax planning. He is joined by John Whiting, a tax partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Jane Moore, tax faculty technical manager at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090325

Synopsis

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on divorce and separation. He is joined by John Fotheringham, consultant in family law at Fyfe Ireland, Jane Craig, family partner at Manches, and Kirsty Marshall, senior advice worker at Gingerbread.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on divorce and separation.

20090401

Synopsis

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on employment rights. He is joined by Clive Howard, employment partner at Russell Jones Walker, Sian Keall, employment partner at Travers Smith and Sarah Veale, head of equality and employment rights at the TUC.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on employment rights.

20090408

On Money Box Live Paul Lewis takes your questions on benefits. Paul is joined by: Eddy Graham from Child Poverty Action Group and Sally West of Age Concern.

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090415

Synopsis

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on retirement planning.

20090422

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Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on mortgages, plus Vincent Duggleby on the Budget.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on mortgages.

20090429
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20090513
20090520

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on holiday finance. His guests are Simon Calder, travel editor of The Independent, Frances Tuke of the Association of British Travel Agents and Jonathan Buttery of Voyager Insurance.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on holiday finance.

20090527

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts answer calls on student finance.

His guests are Keith Houghton of Kingston University, David Malcolm of the NUS and Alan Scott of SAAS.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on student finance.

20090603

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090610

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on insurance.

He is joined by Peter Staddon of BIBA, Clare Francis from moneysupermarket.com and Malcolm Tarling of the ABI.

20090617

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on long-term care.

Paul's guests are Pauline Thompson of Age Concern and Help the Aged, Philip Spiers of First Stop and Caroline Bielanska of Solicitors for the Elderly.

20090624

Paul Lewis takes your questions about ethical investment.

Paul is joined by a panel of experts - Mark Hoskin, partner at Holden and Partners; Robin Keyte, director of Towers of Taunton; and Mark Robertson, communications and development manager at the Ethical Investment Research Service.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on ethical investment.

20090701

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

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Paul Lewis takes listeners' questions on employment rights and redundancy. Paul is joined by guests Sarah Veale, head of equality and employment rights at the TUC, Jane Amphlett, employment partner at Finers Stephens Innocent LLP and Rachel Hadwen, rights advisor at Working Families.

Paul Lewis and guests take listeners' calls on employment rights and redundancy.

20090722

Paul Lewis and guests answer listeners' personal finance questions on the subject of divorce and separation. He is joined by Liz Welsh, Chair of the Scottish Family Law Association; Janet Tresman, a consultant at Piper Smith Watton; and Simon Piggot, a partner at Levison, Meltzer, Piggot.

Paul Lewis and guests answer listeners' finance questions on divorce and separation.

20090909

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20090916
20090923

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on tax and self assessment.

Guests are:

Leonie Kerswill, tax partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Mike Warburton tax partner, Grant Thornton

Anita Monteith, technical manager, Tax Faculty, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

20090930
20091007

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20091014

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues, live from the BBC's Money Matters Roadshow at the Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow.

His guests are:

Graham Hooper, Bestinvest

Jackie Coyne, MacDonald Reid Scott Financial Services

John Douglas, Finesco Financial Services.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20091021

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on energy saving.

Guests:

Clare Corbett, energy campaigner, Which?

Ann Robinson, director of consumer policy, Uswitch

Rob Bell, Energy Saving Trust.

20091028

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on benefits and tax credits.

Guests:

Jean French, advice and information manager, Carers UK

Sally West, policy manager, Age Concern and Help the Aged'

Rachel Hadwen, advisor, Working Families.

20091104

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer listeners' questions on the subject of mortgages.

Guests:

Paula John, Your Mortgage

Ray Boulger, mortgage brokers John Charcoal

Louise Cuming, mortgage specialist, Cuming Associates Ltd.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer questions on mortgages.

20091111

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on wills and estate planning.

Guests:

Alan Barr, partner, Brodies and director of Legal Practice at University of Edinburgh

Ian Johnson, tax partner, Grant Thornton

Nicola Plant, partner, Thomas Eggar.

20091118

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on pensions.

Guests:

Malcolm McLean, The Pensions Advisory Service

Amanda Davidson, Bairgrie Davis

Tom McPhail, Head of Pensions Research, Hargreaves Lansdown.

20091125

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of answer calls on renting and letting.

Guests:

Simon Gordon, chair, National Landlords Association

John Gallagher, principal solicitor, Shelter

Tracey Bloom, barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, specialist in housing law.

20091202

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

Paul Lewis and a panel of answer calls on support for carers.

Paul is joined by:

Jean French, advice and information manager, Carers UK

Lucy McLynn, partner, Bates Wells and Braithwaite

Derek Sinclair, senior parent adviser, Contact a Family.

20091209
20091216

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions, including credit cards, loans and repairing your credit report.

Guests:

James Jones, Consumer Education Manager, Experian

Peter Harrison, Cards Channel Manager, Moneysupermarket

David Black, Banking Specialist, Defaqto.

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

20091223
20091230

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on saving and investing.

Guests:

Graham Hooper, head of marketing, Bestinvest

Clare Francis, site editor, Moneysupermarket

Justin Urquhart Stewart, managing director, Seven Investment Management.

20100106

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100113

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on general insurance.

Guests:

Malcolm Tarling, Association of British Insurers

Graeme Trudgill, British Insurance Brokers' Association

John Miles, gocompare.com.

20100120
20100127

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer questions on equity release.

Guests:

Andrea Rozario, Director General, Safe Home Income Plans

Dean Mirfin, Group Director, Key Retirement Solutions

Tom Maloney, Consumer Credit Counselling Service, Equity Release Service.

20100203

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on investing in shares.

Guests:

Morven Whyte, portfolio manager at Redmayne Bentley Stockbrokers

Gavin Oldham, chief executive officer, The Share Centre

Rob Burgeman, divisional director, Brewin Dolphin.

20100210

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on divorce, termination of civil partnerships and separation.

Guests:

John Fotheringham, consultant in family law, Fyfe Ireland (Scotland)

Claire Hamilton-Russell, family partner, Thomas Eggar

Rachel Hadwen, benefits rights advisor for Gingerbread/Working Families and CPAG.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on divorce and separation.

20100217

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on debt and borrowing.

Guests:

Jasmine Birtles, Moneymagpie.com

Liz McVey, managing counsellor of CCCS Scotland and Scottish Debtline

Michael Park, money adviser, National Debtline.

20100224

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on maternity and paternity rights.

Guests:

Lucy McLynn, employment lawyer at Bates Wells and Braitwaite solicitors

Eddy Graham, welfare rights worker, Child Poverty Action Group

Sian Keall, employment lawyer at Travers Smith solicitors.

20100303

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on ISAs and tax-free savings.

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Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls about ISAs and tax-free savings.

Guests:

Mark Dampier, head of research at Hargreaves Lansdown

Rachel Thrussell, principal consultant at Moneyfacts

John Douglas - senior financial consultant at Finesco Financial Services, Independent Financial Advisors.

20100310

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on tax.

Guests:

Anita Monteith, tax faculty technical manager, ICAEW

Mike Warburton, tax director, Grant Thornton.

20100317

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on pensions.

Guests:

Malcolm McClean, chief executive of the Pensions Advisory Service

Michelle Cracknell, strategy director at investment group Skandia

Billy Burrows, Burrows and Cummins.

20100324

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

Guests:

Katie Tucker, chief operating officer from whole of market broker Private Finance

Melanie Bien, director (head of media relations), Savills Private Finance

Paula John, editor in chief, Your Mortgage.

20100331

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 GMT. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100407

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 GMT.

The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Penny Haslam.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100414

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions. You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 GMT. The number is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. Producer: Lesley McAlpine.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100421

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100428

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Subject: How to Complain

Paul Lewis will be joined by:

Dave Cresswell, Financial Ombudsman Service

Andy Foster, Trading Standards Institute

Mel Stein, Author of 'How to Complain'

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100505

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100512

A panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100519

MONEY BOX LIVE

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

Subject: Mortgages

Guests: Ray Boulger, John Charcol.

David Hollingworth,London and Country

Louise Cuming, Cuming Associates

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

20100526

Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

Subject: Student Finance

Keith Houghton, Head of Student Funding Service, Kingston University

David Malcolm, Student Finance Researcher, National Union of Students

Miriam Craven, Communications & Training Manager, SAAS

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST.

The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on student finance.

20100602
20100609

On Money Box Live today/tomorrow Paul Lewis and guests will be taking your questions on financing long term care. The coalition Government has announced that an independent commission will be reporting back within the year on this. Meanwhile people who need care in their own home or who need to move into residential accommdation still face complicated rules about how it will all be funded. Will people need to sell their homes?

What financial help might they get from their local council? If you have a question you can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

(Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson).

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on long-term care.

20100616

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

Subject: Employment rights

Guests:

Sarah Veale, Head of Equality and Employment Rights, TUC.

Jane Amphlett, Employment Partner, Finers Stephens Innocent

Jane Mann, Head of Employment at City Lawyers, Fox Smith

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on employment rights.

20100623
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A panel of guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100714
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20100908

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20100915
20100922

Paul Lewis and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions.

You can call the programme when lines open on Wednesday at 1330 BST. The number is 03700 100 444.

Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher.

Producer: Diane Richardson.

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101006

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101013
20101020

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101027
20101103

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101110

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101117

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101124

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101201

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101208

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101215

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101222

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20101229

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20110105

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20110112

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20110126

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

20110202

If you need some mortgage or remortgage advice Vincent Duggleby and guests will be ready to help on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Perhaps you're looking for a better interest rate or wondering which type of product to choose.

Or maybe you're curious about fees, affordability or mortgage jargon.

Whatever your question, Vincent Duggleby and guests will be waiting for your call.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news. That number again 03700 100 444.

Send your mortgage or remortgage questions to Vincent Duggleby and guests.

20110209

You can put your saving and investing questions to Vincent Duggleby and guests on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Whether you're looking for a better interest rate for cash savings, or considering shares, bonds or Gilts, you can ask the experts for advice.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on saving and investing.

20110216

You can put your questions about year end tax planning to Vincent Duggleby and guests on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Maybe you want to take advantage of this year's tax free allowances and exemptions? Or perhaps you have a question about tax changes happening in April?

To get your tax affairs in order and make sure you don't overpay, why not call the experts on Wednesday.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer your tax planning questions.

20110223

If you have a question about finding suitable financial advice you can talk to Vincent Duggleby and guests on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Making decisions about your financial future can be daunting, with so many products, providers and types of advice on offer.

So how can you find financial advice you can trust ? And what are your rights when things go wrong?

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on financial issues.

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If you need some advice about building up or claiming your State Pension, why not see if the experts can help on Wednesday's Money Box Live?

The age at which we are able to access our state pension is rising and over 5 million people will be affected by the decision to increase the state pension age to 66 by 2020.

If you want to know when you'll receive your state pension, or have questions about contributions, pension credit or even delaying your state pension, Paul Lewis and guests will be ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on the state pension.

20110309

It's estimated that fraudsters help themselves to around £4bn a year of our money. And the National Fraud Authority says that we are being duped by an ever-evolving range of scams.

So if you want to protect your financial details or want advice about dealing with fraud you can call Paul Lewis and guests on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and guests answer your questions about dealing with fraud and identity theft.

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Paul Lewis and guests answer calls on financial issues.

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Money Box Live with Paul Lewis comes from Plymouth's Drake Circus shopping Centre as part of the BBC's Money Matters Roadshow.

People with savings, investments, tax, pensions and benefit questions can meet the Money Box team in Plymouth to put their questions to the experts.

Money Box Live comes from Plymouth with an audience asking personal finance questions.

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Paul Lewis and a team of advisors will be here to answer your questions about welfare benefits on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

The rules are changing for a number of benefits this month, including Local Housing Allowance, Tax Credits and tests for Employment and Support Allowance.

And in the longer term, The Welfare Reform Bill could transform much of our benefits system.

If you have a question about how you'll be affected, or any other benefit question, Paul Lewis and guests will be ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Put your welfare benefit questions to Paul Lewis and a panel of experts.

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If you have a question about running a furnished holiday or buy-to-let property you can talk to Vincent Duggleby and a team of experts on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Whether you need advice about taxation, mortgage costs, regulation or general advice about your holiday or buy-to-let business, the team will be ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Send your questions about running a buy-to-let or furnished holiday let to the team.

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Money Box Live takes your calls on the cost of getting married.

How to decide on a budget. What method of payment will give you protection if things go wrong on your big day?

Should you consider taking out wedding insurance? And tips on how to negotiate a good deal for a more cost conscious ceremony.

So join Vincent Duggleby and guests for a wedding finances edition.

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer calls on the cost of getting married.

20110504

If you are hoping to begin university in the autumn and you want your funding in place for the start of term, you need to apply now.

But what financial help is available? Costs and support will vary depending on the course you do, household income and where you study.

If you have a question about higher education costs or funding, Vincent Duggleby and a team of student money advisers will be ready to help on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Put your student money questions to Vincent Duggleby and a team of student money advisers.

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Answering listener calls on financial issues.

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Financial help and support for people who need or provide care is the subject on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Proposals put forward by the Law Commission should make our legal rights to care and support services clearer, but in the meantime if you have a question about arranging or paying for care, Paul Lewis and guests will be on hand with help and advice.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and an expert panel answer calls about paying for or accessing care.

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Do you have a question about changing employment law, rights at work or resolving workplace disputes?

Whether you are an employee or run a small business you may need to ask about the recent changes to paternity leave, flexible working or the default retirement age.

Or perhaps you are curious about improved rights for agency workers from October.

Whatever your question, Paul Lewis and a team of employment experts will be ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Ask Paul Lewis and a team of employment experts about your rights at work.

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Do you know the cheapest and most efficient way of paying for goods and services or spending money both in the UK and abroad?

If you want to avoid those hidden extra charges join Vincent Duggleby and his guests for Money Box Live.

One method that's free is the Faster Payments Service, which moves money between UK banks in seconds rather than days. But banks still get complaints about gaps in the service and slow payments.

You will often have to pay though for other types of transactions when using a debit or credit card. For example, if you want to purchase goods abroad or buy foreign currency. How can you reduce those extra fees?

Vincent Duggleby and guests discuss how to avoid hidden charges.

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Are you paying too much for your household energy? If you want advice about finding a cheaper deal, what to look out for and how to switch, you can call or e-mail Money Box Live.

You may have a question about making sense of your bill, ways to pay or dealing with an energy dispute.

Whatever your query, Vincent Duggleby and a team of advisers will be ready to help. Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts advise on how to save money on energy bills.

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If you are puzzled by the tax system you can ask the experts for a solution on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Whether you are curious about allowances, capital gains, inheritance tax or self assessment, Vincent Duggleby and guests will be ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

The panel of experts answers questions about tax.

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If you need advice about mortgages you can put your questions to a team of mortgage experts on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Whether you are looking for a cheaper rate, struggling to choose between products or anxious about deposits and fees, our experts will ready with tips and advice.

Whatever your mortgage question, phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Do you need advice about mortgages, rates or fees? Put your questions to the experts.

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Are you are frustrated by faulty goods, poor service or hidden charges?

Whether you want to know about refunds, returns or handling disputes, you can put your consumer rights questions to Paul Lewis and guests on Money Box Live.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Do you know your consumer rights when buying goods and services? Ask the experts for help.

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Money Box Live returns on Wednesday 31 August 2011, when Vincent Duggleby and panel will take your questions about saving and investing.

Whether your interest is in cash savings or stock markets, income or growth, you can ask the experts for advice.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on saving and investing.

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Discussion and advice on personal finance.

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Discussion and advice on personal finance. With Vincent Duggleby.

With Vincent Duggleby. Discussion and advice on personal finance.

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Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on tax and self assessment.

Do you need help completing your tax return or dealing with a tricky tax question?

The deadline for filing your paper 2010/11 tax return is midnight Monday 31 October. Those who file online have until 31st January 2012 to submit their return. If your return is late, HM Revenue and Customs will charge an automatic £100 penalty. Further fines are payable if you do nothing.

Whatever your question Vincent Duggleby and guests are ready to help.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

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Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on divorce and the financial implications of relationship break-up.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on divorce.

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Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take questions live from students, parents and teachers at Harrogate Grammar School - a specialist language and technology academy. Many of the students in the school's upper 6th will be among those who will be paying increased tuition fees of up to £9,000 next year. So what are their financial options in terms of loans, grants and bursaries? At what point will they have to begin paying off their student loans after graduating?

Paul Lewis presents a programme on student finance, from Harrogate Grammar School.

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Paul Lewis presents a financial phone-in.

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Financial phone-in.

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On Money Box Live Paul Lewis and guests take your calls on banking.

2011 has been a busy and expensive year for the banks. Thousands of people are owed billions of pounds for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance products. Are you one of them and are you yet to receive your money?

Overdraft charges is another hot topic. Do you feel you've been unfairly penalised? What is a fair rate for going into the red without telling your bank beforehand?

Savers in Britain are frustrated at continued low interest rates. With inflation running at around 5% are the banks offering any accounts that provide you with a reasonable rate of return?

Are you one of the growing number of people that bank online? Does it make life easier? Do you worry whether it's safe to manage your money using a computer?

What are your rights if you are in dispute with your bank?

Phone lines open at 1.00 pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on banking.

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Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take your calls on paying for long term care.

The rising cost of long-term care is a worry for the elderly and their immediate family. The bill for a two year stay at an average care home is at least £50,000.

A recent survey by the insurer Aviva suggests that half of those responded had no plans in place to meet the costs of long-term care.

Earlier this summer the Commission on Funding of Care and Support in England recommended that the bill that elderly people have to pay for care should be capped at £35,000. Under the current system, charges are unlimited. But the Government is still considering the issue of capping.

So what can you do now to plan for the future?

Who will pay for your care? The council, NHS or you? Will it count against you if you have savings or property?

What are the options if your care costs more than the local authority is happy to fund?

Are you confused by the charging rules?

Who regulates care provision and what can be done if you are unhappy with the care you receive?

Whatever your question, our panel of experts are here to advise you.

Jean French, Carers UK

Michael Stennett, Solicitors for the Elderly

Janet Davies, IFA and managing Director at Symposia.

Phone lines open at 1.00 pm on Wednesday afternoon and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take calls on paying for long term care.

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Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take your calls on consumer rights.

Do you know your rights to refunds and returns for faulty or unwanted goods or Christmas presents?

There were predictions that shoppers would be spending slightly less this festive season compared to December 2010 because of continuing economic gloom.

But allowing for a slight drop, that still means that billions of pounds have been spent in shops or online. So are you clear about your consumer rights?

Whatever your question, Paul Lewis and a team of experts is waiting to help.

Did your deliveries arrive in time for Christmas?

What are your rights if goods are faulty or not as expected?

Do different rules apply if you shop online, by phone or with a catalogue?

Who pays for postage and packing if orders need to be returned?

Perhaps you have a question about online auction sites?

And what happens if you buy goods in a sale?

Guests:

David Cresswell, Financial Ombudsman Service

Jenny Driscoll, Which?

David Sanders, Trading Standards Institute

Presenter Paul Lewis

Producer Ben Carter

Lines open at 1pm. The numbr to ring. 03 700 100 444.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on consumer rights.

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Paul Lewis and guests take your calls on benefits.

There are more changes to the benefits system coming into force this year as the Government continues to make welfare more affordable - bringing the total welfare savings to £18bn per year by 2014-15.

From 1 January 2012, the rate of Local Housing Allowance for single people aged 25-34 who rent from a private landlord will be reduced.

There are further changes to the Tax Credits system coming in from April 2012. These include the faster withdrawal of the credit as a claimant's incomes rises; couples with children must work at least 24 hours a week between them, with one working at least 16 hours, to qualify for Working Tax Credits; and the couple and lone parent rates of Working Tax Credit will be frozen.

If you rent from a private landlord are you clear about how the changes to the Local Housing Allowance will affect you?

If you and your partner currently claim Working Tax Credits will you still be eligible?

Are you wondering how you find out if you qualify for benefits, and where you apply to?

Have you become unemployed or need help while looking for work?

Do you know what to do if your benefit is overpaid?

Are you uncertain as to whether you can claim Disability Living Allowance?

Expert panel:

Julie Mitchell, Gingerbread

Phil Agulnik, Entitled to

Sally West Age UK

Lines open at 13:00. The number to ring - 03 700 100 444.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on benefits.

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Paul Lewis and guests take your calls on wills and inheritance tax.

There's always uncertainty when it comes to personal finance, but the one thing you can control is what happens to your assets after you die. But to make sure your money goes to your nearest and dearest, and not to undeserving relations or the taxman, you need to do advance planning.

If you have a partner but you're not married or in a civil partnership, it's even more important to detail who you want your assets to go to, otherwise you can cause your partner serious financial difficulties after your death.

You can leave up to £325,000 tax-free to anyone, not just your spouse or civil partner, and estates are liable to a 40 per cent tax above this ceiling. But it may be more efficient in terms of tax to give gifts before your death, provided they meet certain conditions.

So, where should you start in making a will - do you have to go to a solicitor or are the services provided by some high street banks and shops good enough?

What happens to estates that are intestate - that is, the person has died without a valid will?

How can you manage some of your assets with a trust? It can be complicated but it can also give you more control over who gets your assets and when.

How often should you update your will? And how should you choose your executors, the people charged with carrying out the instructions in your will?

And what if you live in Scotland, where the rules are different?

This week the panel will be answering your questions about wills and inheritance tax.

Expert panel:

Nicola Plant, Pemberton Greenish

Mike Warburton, Grant Thornton

Alan Barr, Brodies and Director of Legal Practice at University of Edinburgh

Lines open at 13:00. The number to ring - 03 700 100 444.

Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on wills and inheritance tax.

20120118

Rules which came in last year mean that fathers can take up to six months off to care for new babies, as long as the mother goes back to work. Dads taking advantage of additional paternity leave will be eligible for pay of up to £128.73 per week.

Other changes have not been so kind to families, however. Government cutbacks mean that child benefit was frozen from three years from last April, and lower income limits mean that some parents may receive reduced Child Tax Credits.

The birth rate has been climbing for a decade, and even though there are signs it has recently levelled off, the increase in births mean more employers and employees find themselves faced with maternity and paternity rights questions. The expert panel will answer your queries.

Paul Lewis will be joined by:

- Will Hadwen, welfare rights advisor, Working Families

- Sian Keall, head of employment, Travers Smith

- Sarah Veale, head of equality and employment rights, TUC

Producer: Mike Wendling

Presenter: Paul Lewis.

Paul Lewis and expert guests answer your questions about maternity and paternity rights.

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Paul Lewis and expert panel take your calls on tax and self assessment.

If you are one of the nine million people in the self-assessment system and you have not yet filed your online return you have until January 31st to do so or face a series of new penalties which will reach at least £1600 in fines if you delay filing for a year.

Crucially you cannot avoid the fines by arguing that you have no tax to pay. HM Revenue & Customs has decided to act as it says there is a hard core of taxpayers who persistently fail to pay on time.

The 31st January 2012 is also a payment deadline for those paying a final amount for the tax year 2010-11 and also to make a payment on account for the current tax year 2011-12.

So if you want to make the most of your exemptions or need some tax tips, talk to our tax experts on Wednesday.

Are you aware that the fines for late filing have gone up?

What allowances are you entitled to?

Can you carry forward any unused reliefs?

What rate do you pay on capital gains tax?

Can you offset losses on your investments against gains?

Should you transfer some of your assets to your spouse?

If you want to appeal against late filing are you clear how to do this?

If you are running a small business are you clear about your tax filing obligations?

Paul Lewis will be joined by:

Jane Moore, Technical Manager at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Leonie Kerswill, Tax Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Chas Roy-Chowdhury, ACCA, Head of Taxation.

Lines open at 13:00. The number to ring - 03 700 100 444.

Producer: Michael Wendling.

Paul Lewis takes your calls on tax and self assessment.

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Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on renting and Letting

Rents are continuing to rise, as demand outstrips supply. The shortage of housing is partly caused by would-be buyers forced to rent because they can't raise a deposit or get a mortgage.

And, as the economy continues to stagnate, and unemployment rises, the number of tenants struggling to pay their rent has also increased.

And, from this month, more people needing help with their rent will be affected by big changes in local housing allowance that came into force last April.

If you're one of them, can you still afford the same property or do you have to move to a cheaper place? Will you get any extra help to cover the costs?

If you're looking to rent, how can you be sure you're not paying too much?

Perhaps you're planning to rent out your property because you can't sell it. One of the so-called 'reluctant landlords'. So what must you do before you putting it on the rental market?

When a deposit is paid at the start of a let, how will new rules affect both tenants and landlords?

And who's responsible for burst pipes or a faulty boiler?

Vincent Duggleby is joined by:

John Gallagher, principal solicitor at Shelter

David Salusbury, Chairman, National Landlords Association

Marveen Smith, Partner of Solicitors Pain Smith

The number to ring. Lines open at 1pm. The number to ring - 03 700 100 444.

Vincent Duggleby and guests take calls on renting and letting.

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Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on energy and energy saving.

If you want advice on switching your supplier to cut your bills, why not contact the show. The six major suppliers have cut their energy tariffs to some customers. But with so many different options, how can one make an informed choice?

For those considering installing solar panels, people have until March 3rd this year to get them in place and registered to benefit from a generous feed-in-tariff. The Government plans to reduce this tariff and is awaiting the result of possible further court proceedings.

With the cold snap forecast to continue, you may want to know if you are eligible to claim any grants or benefits.

Appearing on the programme:

Joe Malinowski, TheEnergyShop.com

Christine McGourty, director of Energy UK

Harry Mayers, Energy Saving Trust

Phone lines open at 1pm. The number to call: - 03 700 100 444.

Vincent Duggleby and guests take calls on energy and energy saving.

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Financial phone-in with presenter Vincent Duggleby.

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General insurance is the topic of Money Box Live with Vincent Duggleby.

The rising cost of insurance - particularly car and home insurance - is a very hot topic at the moment. According to the AA, motor insurance premiums jumped by 15.3% last year. This is on top of the 33.2% hike reported in 2010. The Prime Minister David Cameron met insurance bosses earlier this month to discuss ways of reducing car premiums. Meanwhile some insurers report that buildings and house contents premiums have both risen by just under 6%. The jump in insurance premiums is of particular concern to families whose budgets have already been stretched by the high rates of inflation and low wage settlements. Issues over pet insurance and the difficulty of obtaining cover if you live in areas prone to flooding have also been in the news recently.

Are you concerned about rising premiums?

Do you understand what is covered and excluded?

Perhaps you want some insurance jargon explained?

Where can you find a specialist policy?

Maybe you want advice pursuing a claim?

Who can help if you have a dispute with your insurer?

Vincent Duggleby will be joined by:

Malcolm Tarling, Association of British Insurers

Graham Trudgill, British Insurance Brokers' Association

Clare Francis, Moneysupermarket

Lines open at 1pm. The number to ring: 03700 100 444.

Presenter: Vincent Duggleby

Producer: Emma Rippon.

Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on general insurance.

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Financial phone-in with Paul Lewis.

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Despite the challenging economic conditions, the number of small businesses in the UK continues to grow.

A number of Government initiatives were launched last month aimed at helping small firms.

The National Loan Guarantee Scheme will aid businesses with cheaper finance by reducing the cost of bank loans under the scheme by 1%.

Key announcements for business in the Budget two weeks ago week include: a cut in the main rate of Corporation Tax from 26% to 24% next month; the Enterprise Management Incentive scheme will provide additional help to start-ups; and the Government is consulting on how to make it easier for sole traders and small businesses to calculate their taxable income.

Are you starting a small business and want advice on the best way of going about it?

Do you run a small business and want help on calculating your tax?

If you are approaching your bank for a loan what must you bear in mind?

What are the biggest issues facing your business?

Are you struggling with unsecured or secured debt?

Is the Government doing enough to support small business?

Joining Vincent Duggleby on the programme:

Iestyn Davies, Federation of Small Businesses

Mike Warburton, Grant Thornton

James Henry, Business Debtline

Peter Ibbotson, Natwest/RBS

Presenter: Vincent Duggleby

Producer: lesley McAlpine

Lines open at 1pm. The number to ring 03700 100 444.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on small businesses.

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Nursery fees are rising faster than inflation, salaries are frozen and tax credits are being cut - which can all have a big impact on families trying to manage their household budget. Research suggests many parents spend more than a third of their incomes on childcare. So, if you'd like advice on tax-efficient schemes like childcare vouchers, or details on your rights and responsibilities when employing a nanny, you can call Money Box Live. Paul Lewis and a panel of experts will answer your calls and emails on the finances of childcare. Email moneybox@bbc.co.uk or call 03700 100 444. Lines open at 1pm, Wednesday.

Producer, Sally Abrahams.

The finances of childcare: Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer your calls.

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Student finance: If you're planning to go to university this Autumn, now is the time to apply for funding. The cost of studying in the UK is rising: From September 2012, universities in England are raising tuition fees to a maximum £9,000 a year. Universities in Scotland, Wales and Northen Ireland are also increasing their fees to a similar level, but their home students won't be affected. So how to fund your studies? Who is eligible for a student loan and what does it cover? Where can you find more information about grants, bursaries and scholarships? Whatever your question on paying for university, you can contact Money Box Live. Paul Lewis and a panel of experts will answer your calls and emails on student finance.

Email moneybox@bbc.co.uk or call 03700 100 444 (lines open at 1pm, Wednesday)

Producer Sally Abrahams.

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Paying for care: Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer your calls on the costs of care.

Paying for care: With the UK's ageing population, the annual cost of long-term care is expected to rise to £38 billion by 2025, according to research by the insurer, Liverpool Victoria. That would amount to £33,000 per person, per year. But who pays? Currently, in England, if you have more than £23, 250 in savings, including your home, you must pay the full cost of your own care. A government-commissioned report last year recommended the assets' threshold should be raised to £100,000 and the total amount you pay in your life should be capped at £35,000. This summer, the government is due to publish new plans for social care, including how it will be funded in the future. But what can you do now to plan for the years ahead?

If you'd like advice on how you get assessed or where to look for help, you can call Money Box Live. Paul Lewis and a panel of experts will answer your calls and emails on paying for care. Email moneybox@bbc.co.uk or call 03700 100 444. Lines open at 1pm, Wednesday.

Producer, Sally Abrahams.

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Vincent Duggleby once again takes your calls on how best to manage your money.

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from the Potteries Centre, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, where Vincent Duggleby joins experts at the Inland Revenue Mobile Enquiry Centre to answer questions on tax.

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Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts sort through the Money Box postbag.

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Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts answer questions from an audience in Coventry.

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A postbag edition with Vincent Duggleby.

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Producer: Frances MacDonald

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Vincent Duggieby and his guests answer questions from an audience in the Little Theatre, Wells, Somerset. Producer Sarah Pennells

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Unknown: Vincent Duggieby

Producer: Sarah Pennells

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Presented by Vincent Duggleby. Producer Tom Cunnington

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Presented By: Vincent Duggleby.

Producer: Tom Cunnington

Pensions20120418

Financial phone-in with Vincent Duggleby.

Pensions And Annuities20110907

Do you know how much to invest in your pension and what to do with your fund when you retire?

If you need advice about planning for or claiming your pension, finding an annuity, or working out what the latest pension change mean to you, call Vincent Duggleby and guests on Wednesday's Money Box Live.

Phone lines open at 1.30pm and the number to call is 03700 100 444. Standard geographic charges apply. Calls from mobiles may be higher. The programme starts after the three o'clock news.

Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on pensions and annuities.

Saving And Investing20120411

Cash ISA's, stocks and shares, gilts and bonds: How to make your money grow? Whatever your saving or investment question, Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer your queries. The number to call is 03700 100 444. Lines open at 1300 BST on Wednesday. Or you can email moneybox@bbc.co.uk.

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer listeners' saving and investment queries.

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