30 episodes

They say that with age comes wisdom. Actor and writer David Lloyd and financial planner Chris Budd struggle manfully to prove the theory - only occasionally calling into question the accuracy of their birth certificates. They talk about happiness, money and how to use one to make the other. Content advisory: May include brief diversions from subject in search of cheap gags.

The Financial Wellbeing Podcast The Financial Wellbeing Podcast

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They say that with age comes wisdom. Actor and writer David Lloyd and financial planner Chris Budd struggle manfully to prove the theory - only occasionally calling into question the accuracy of their birth certificates. They talk about happiness, money and how to use one to make the other. Content advisory: May include brief diversions from subject in search of cheap gags.

    Episode 73 – Don’t Be A Creep

    Episode 73 – Don’t Be A Creep

    Episode 73 – Don’t Be A Creep As we earn more income, we spend more money. Is that inevitable? Maybe not . . the guys take a practical look at how we can all avoid lifestyle creep. Along with Bage’s Biases and #tightasstommo money saving tips, come and have a listen to find out how […]

    • 29 min
    Episode 72 – Financial Psychology with Anne Abbenes

    Episode 72 – Financial Psychology with Anne Abbenes

    Why does talking about money cause such anxiety? Special guest Anne Abbeness takes a look at the psychology behind what is happening in our brains when we are dealing with our finances. With a great Bage's Behavioural Bias and some questionable #tightasstommo money saving tips, we have plenty of takeaways to help you make better financial decisions in this episode. . .

    • 30 min
    Episode 71 – The Balance Between Pleasure & Purpose

    Episode 71 – The Balance Between Pleasure & Purpose

    What gets you out of bed in the mornings? Join the guys as they discuss how we can structure our finances to create and keep the balance between pleasure and purpose for long term wellbeing and fulfilment. With another Bage’s Behavioural Bias and #tightasstommo’s money saving tips we have a pleasurable podcast for you . […]

    • 36 min
    Episode 70 – Finding Purpose in Later Life with Tony Watts OBE

    Episode 70 – Finding Purpose in Later Life with Tony Watts OBE

    A special guest interview with Tony Watts OBE, director at EngAgeNet and author of The Midlife Review Book. Tony is an advocate for the elderly from producing many publications to directly informing the government on their issues. In this episode the guys chat about what retirement can mean, finding purpose in later life and how employers can work with employees for a smooth transition. As ever we have a brilliant Bages Behavioural Bias and a terrific #tightasstommo money saving tip for you in this practically perfect podcast!

    • 49 min
    Episode 69 – Finding Financial Planners with Kate Holmes

    Episode 69 – Finding Financial Planners with Kate Holmes

    Episode 69 – Finding Financial Planners with Kate Holmes How do you go about finding a financial advisor to help you with financial wellbeing? We have a great chat with Kate Holmes for you in this episode. Kate is a big advocate of financial planning and helps advisors in America to deliver financial planning rather […]

    • 47 min
    Episode 68 – The Schwartz Circumplex

    Episode 68 – The Schwartz Circumplex

    What are personal values and how do they effect our behaviour? When do these values conflict with each other? What does any of this have to do with financial wellbeing?! Come and have a listen to the guys as they take a deep dive into, previous podcast guest, Tim Kasser's principle " the idea that a person who holds financial success as one of their primary values will be less happy than they might otherwise be." With Bage's Biases and the money saving staple #tightasstommo, the guys have an interesting episode for you . . .

    • 28 min

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