MMP099: Teaching Children About Money – Part Two, with GoHenry

Teaching children about money
This week, we’re going to be talking to Louise Hill, who is co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of GoHenry. I’ve just signed up to GoHenry for my daughter and myself and so far, I’m delighted with the service. So pleased in fact, that I thought you would like to hear about GoHenry and how useful it is going to be for creating healthy discussions with children about money. Stay tuned for more…

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MMP098: Financial Planning for Ex-Pats

Financial Planning for ex-pats
This week we’re going to be talking about Financial Planning for ex-pats. This is a session I’ve been asked to do many times, so for all of you who have asked – thanks for your patience, and I hope it is worth the wait! Today I’m going to be chatting to Richard Taylor, a financial planner current based in the UAE – stay tuned…

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GoHenry – a fantastic service for parents and children to learn about money

GoHenry logoI’ve recently discovered GoHenry, a service which aims to help both parents and children talk and learn about money in healthy modern ways. Click the link to find out more directly from them.

Today I interviewed Louise Hill, Co-founder and COO of GoHenry to get some input from her about the thinking behind GoHenry and how to instil good money habits in today’s children. That’ll be Session 99 which will come out on the 4th March 2015.

I’m really excited about this service and what it makes possible. I have signed up for it for myself and my eldest daughter and will report back in a few weeks. In the meantime, do check it out…

Please note, the links above are referral links which means that if you sign up for GoHenry after clicking through, both you and I get £5 added to our accounts!

MMP097: The Ten Financial Commandments

Ten Financial Commandments
This week, we’re going to be covering the ten financial commandments, as laid down by the almighty Andy Hart. You may remember Andy from Session 79 when we talked about financial forecasting – that was a very popular session indeed.

Now Andy has drafted what he believes are the ten commandments of finance, and I know that he uses these as a hook for discussion with his clients at review meetings. I saw them and asked if I could use them for a podcast session because I reckon they’re great stuff. Stay tuned…

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MMP096: How to review an investment portfolio

Review an investment portfolio
This week, we’re going to be talking about how to review an investment portfolio. Those of us who have some money set aside need to keep an eye on it to make sure it continues to do the job we intend for it. Needless to say, this is about more than just performance, so stay tuned to find out everything you need to know and everything you need to do when reviewing your investments.

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MMP095: Self-Employed Finances

Here we are at session number 95, and we’re going to be covering some basic financial advice for the self-employed. According to latest figures from the Office of National Statistics, there are 4.6 million self-employed workers in the UK, or 15% of the total working population and that’s the highest proportion there has ever been. But what are the financial implications of being self-employed? Stay tuned…

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