Ladies Finance Club is here with the main goal to make you better with money! If you're struggling with debt, want to invest but have no idea where to start or simply want to take control of your financial future. LFC UK is back with a spanky new season, and a sexy new name! We will be talking to some of the best in the business about how we can take control of our financial wellbeing, mindset, starting side hustles, and more.
So strap yourself in because we’re about to get money savvy.
The best ways to buy a car
Jason is a personal finance columnist at the FT, an author and a podcast host. He is passionate about financial wellbeing. We quiz Jason on the best ways to buy a car, how to stay out of debt and how to stick to our financial goals. This is a fast paces episode rammed with tricks and tips – we wouldn’t expect anything less from Jason!!
Top UK Tax Tips with Faye Watts
Faye is a pleasure to listen to! We all need an accountant in our lives that speaks “non finance”. Faye starts by talking us through her Audrey network and the gap in the market that she and her cofounder Marina Gask spotted to support women.
Faye talks us through tax tips for sole traders and those with a limited company. She tells us what to look out for in a “good” accountant and what potential tax changes we should be looking out for in a post Covid world.
Top legal mistakes small businesses make and how to avoid them
Egbe is an award winning lawyer that every small business needs in their armour! In today’s episode we talk about the top legal mistakes small businesses make and how to avoid them. Egbe delivers easy to action tips and tricks and inspires us with her refusal to “go small”.
The rising start of FinTech!
No one has a financial crystal ball, but what if you could project forward to see the future impact on the future you of the financial decisions that you make today? This is exactly what Molly and Lisa discuss with Caroline Hughes. Caroline is the CEO of Lifetise and was named Rising Star of Fintech in March 2020. Learn how you can set financial goals to help you to buy your dream home and even to model your future childcare decisions too.
How to found & flourish in business
Molly and Lolly talk to the ultimate girl boss Lara Sheldrake about all things business. Lara is an award winning entrepreneur and is passionate about supporting small business owners so that they flourish. They talk through financial planning for entrepreneurs (shockingly only 31% of self-employed people have a pension!) and top tips to manage the highs and lows of running your own business. This episode is jam packed with top tips so make sure you have a note pad and pen at the ready.
Inheritance Tax — what the?
In this week’s episode Molly and Lisa talk to the financial super brain Gemma Stanbridge about how to talk to family members about money. Often these conversations go unspoken until sadly it is too late. However a well thought through inter-generational financial plan is a must for families who are worried about inheritance tax. Gemma explains all the facts so that you can have meaningful conversations with your family.
Firstly seems like they are trying to be their own version of the Australian based Shes On The Money podcast... go check it out it’s actually amazing!
Secondly, I’m all for energy healing but in terms of concrete financial education I’d rather listen to Actual financial advisors who have professional understanding and also who understand the life of a millennial and the current global market.
And thirdly, consistency: I understand there those who need breaks to reassess and enrich their offering in podcasts, however this topic requires someone who is dedicated and serious. Money & health require seriousness as they understand their responsibility in helping people.
Having said all this .. I am all for women being powerful and creative, I commend that they are trying to find their place and purpose I am sure you’ll do it. Just be your true selves, be original and follow what you love. Then you’ll have 5 stars, thousands of listeners and you’ll be consistent because you love it and you know it back to front and can be considered a leader in your field.
Doesn’t live up to the the concept.
Friendly financial tips
Informative but with friendly advice. Not sure what has caused the bad reviews? I’ve come away with some great info that I will put into practice.