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The FT’s money-making expert Claer Barrett responds to real-life money questions from a range of millennial guests gearing up to battle the cost of living crisis. Every episode is packed with nuggets, tips and takeaways shared by top FT writers and financial experts. There are no short cuts to wealth, but Money Clinic promises to tell you things you didn’t know about your finances and investing in ways that anyone can understand. 
Want to talk to Claer on the show? Email money@ft.com or drop her a line on Instagram @Claerb

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The FT’s money-making expert Claer Barrett responds to real-life money questions from a range of millennial guests gearing up to battle the cost of living crisis. Every episode is packed with nuggets, tips and takeaways shared by top FT writers and financial experts. There are no short cuts to wealth, but Money Clinic promises to tell you things you didn’t know about your finances and investing in ways that anyone can understand. 
Want to talk to Claer on the show? Email money@ft.com or drop her a line on Instagram @Claerb

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    Making sense of the meltdown in markets

    Making sense of the meltdown in markets

    Global stock markets have suffered their biggest weekly drop since the start of the pandemic, and cryptocurrencies have crashed. As younger investors struggle to absorb the losses, they also have the rising cost of living to contend with. This week, Money Clinic host Claer Barrett speaks to Ashley, a 28-year-old investor who has lost thousands of pounds, about how he’s weathering the financial storm, and two of the FT’s top investment brains unpick exactly what has been happening in world markets and where things could go from here. Katie Martin, the FT’s markets editor, and Robert Armstrong, the FT’s US financial commentator and author of the Unhedged newsletter, have plenty of ideas for new investors thinking about their next move.
    Want more?
    Claer’s most recent FT column offers pointers to young investors: 
    https://www.ft.com/content/83aa143b-1f84-48e9-a6f7-6c21deef278d
    The financial advice that older FT readers would pass down to younger investors: 
     https://www.ft.com/content/1d71cdc1-5a7d-464a-9d82-bbf7b29a4656
    If you would like to be a guest on a future episode of Money Clinic, email us at money@ft.com or send Claer a DM on social media — she’s @ClaerB on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. 
    Presented by Claer Barrett. Produced by Persis Love. Our executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design is by Breen Turner, with original music from Metaphor Music


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    • 32 min
    Dad, mum or the internet: who taught you the most about money?

    Dad, mum or the internet: who taught you the most about money?

    Who taught you the most about money — your dad, your mum or the internet? Traditionally, parents had the biggest influence on how people managed money in their adult lives. But all that is changing. In an unofficial Money Clinic poll ahead of Father’s Day this Sunday, while 20 per cent of listeners said their dads had been the strongest financial influence in their lives, the vast majority (71 per cent) said it was the internet, raising important questions about the role of online influencers and the lack of financial education in schools. Presenter Claer Barrett discusses with Aimée Allam, director of the FT’s Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign (FLIC), and millennial financial educators Andreea Ion and Jamie Galvin, who run the Stocks and Savings pages on Instagram and TikTok. 
    If you would like to be a guest on a future episode of Money Clinic, email us at money@ft.com or send Claer a DM on social media — she’s @ClaerB on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. 
    To follow Andreea and Jamie on social media, look for @stocksandsavings 
    To learn more about FLIC, and read lots of free FT articles about financial literacy, visit www.ft.com/flic 
    Presented by Claer Barrett. Produced by Persis Love. Our executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design is by Breen Turner, with original music from Metaphor Music





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    • 24 min
    Introducing Working It: How I got a 36% pay rise

    Introducing Working It: How I got a 36% pay rise

    As the cost of living rises, securing a pay rise is likely to be the top item on your financial to-do list. So how can you maximise your chances of getting one?  This week on Money Clinic, we’ve joined forces with the FT’s Working It podcast to return to one of our most popular episodes: “How to ask for a pay rise - and get one!” Back in November, podcast listener Max told presenters Claer Barrett and Isabel Berwick about how he hoped to negotiate a raise with his current employer after being approached by headhunters offering more money elsewhere. In this special episode, Max tells us what happened next, and whether the experts’ advice paid off. Plus, Isabel explores what managers can do to help their teams asking for higher pay, especially if there is no budget for it. This episode will help you gather the tools and tips you need – and also tell you what not to do. 
    Want more?  
    Listen again to the advice from Claer, Isabel and Jonathan Black, the FT’s “Dear Jonathan” careers agony uncle, on the Money Clinic podcast from November  https://www.ft.com/content/04b1176f-b6c8-4488-971b-9ded3358a324
    Two FT features by a behavioural economist on how to craft a case for a pay rise and how to use storytelling to make your argument https://www.ft.com/content/09ce507b-914a-4988-9a56-cf5181e1678d
    https://www.ft.com/content/967db31f-f49b-4039-a295-23db588d2a1c
     
    How to ask for a raise: HBR tips and video https://hbr.org/2021/11/christine-vs-work-how-to-ask-for-a-raise
     
    FT subscriber? Sign up for the weekly Working It newsletter. We cover all things workplace and management — plus exclusive reporting on trends, tips and what’s coming next. One-click sign up at www.ft.com/newsletters
     
    We love to hear from you. What do you like (or not)? What topics should we tackle? Email the team at workingit@ft.com or Isabel directly at isabel.berwick@ft.com. Follow @isabelberwick on Twitter. Subscribe to Working It wherever you get your podcasts — please listen, rate and subscribe! 
    Presented by Isabel Berwick. Editorial direction from Renée Kaplan and Manuela Saragosa. Assistant producer is Persis Love. Sound design is by Breen Turner, with original music from Metaphor Music. Produced by Novel.


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    • 21 min
    Behind the Money: A crypto vibe shift?

    Behind the Money: A crypto vibe shift?

    Introducing Behind the Money. This is part 1 of 2 in a mini-series on crypto. Part 2 is available now here: https://link.chtbl.com/BTMMC
    First up, we're wondering: is a crypto vibe shift underway? Bitcoin’s price has been dropping for weeks and earlier this month, a popular stablecoin collapsed. FT reporter Ethan Wu explains how the effects of that rippled into other areas of the crypto universe. Michela and Ethan will talk about what stablecoins are and why they matter — even for people who aren’t crypto investors.


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    • 19 min
    How can I reduce my energy bill?

    How can I reduce my energy bill?

    Rishi Sunak has just unveiled a £15bn support package to help households as the average UK energy bill is predicted to hit £2,800 a year. Even with the chancellor’s help, plenty of people will still be feeling the pinch - but this episode is packed with practical tips and advice to help you save on your energy bills. 
    Presenter Claer Barrett hears from Bella who is renting a draughty Victorian flat, and wants to know her rights before she tackles her landlord. Homeowner Sam has seen his bills skyrocket, and wonders if insulating his property would be a wise investment. On hand with tips for Bella and Sam are Gemma Hatvani, founder of the Facebook group, Energy Support and Advice UK, and Brian Horne, a senior advisor at the Energy Saving Trust.
    If you would like to be a guest on a future episode of Money Clinic, email us at money@ft.com or send Claer a DM on social media - she’s @ClaerB on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. 
    To read a free FT.com article about how the new energy help measures will work, click here: https://on.ft.com/3lQlGPz 
    Presented by Claer Barrett. Produced by Persis Love. Our executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design is by Breen Turner, with original music from Metaphor Music.


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    • 22 min
    ‘I lost all my money’: Lessons from the crypto crash

    ‘I lost all my money’: Lessons from the crypto crash

    This month’s crash in the value of cryptocurrencies has wiped out investments for people all over the world. In Bangalore, 29-year-old Subbaiah watched in horror as his $7,000 crypto holdings in luna and terra collapsed. Even investors holding other cryptocurrencies as part of a diversified portfolio are feeling the sting.
    Scott Chipolina, the FT’s digital assets correspondent, and Ilan Solot, a partner at crypto group Tagus Capital, discuss what the future could hold for crypto as an asset class, what more could be done to protect consumers — and the steps investors can take to protect themselves.
    If you’ve lost money in the crash and need to talk to someone, here’s a link to the Reddit thread containing all of the national helplines you could turn to for support: https://www.reddit.com/r/terraluna/comments/un57df/for_everyone_panicking_here_are_some_national/
    Presented by Claer Barrett. Produced by Persis Love. Our executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design is by Breen Turner, with original music from Metaphor Music. 


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    • 30 min

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