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Welcome to Informed Choice Radio, the personal finance podcast all about achieving your financial goals in life. New episodes are published every Monday and Friday, featuring expert interviews and practical tips for making the most of your money. Your host for Informed Choice Radio is Martin Bamford; a Chartered Financial Planner, Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and personal finance author. This podcast will appeal to listeners of Meaningful Money, MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast. Contact Martin at martin@icfp.co.uk with any comments or questions. You can find show notes and archived episodes at https://icradio.co.uk/episodes/.

Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast Martin Bamford

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Welcome to Informed Choice Radio, the personal finance podcast all about achieving your financial goals in life. New episodes are published every Monday and Friday, featuring expert interviews and practical tips for making the most of your money. Your host for Informed Choice Radio is Martin Bamford; a Chartered Financial Planner, Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and personal finance author. This podcast will appeal to listeners of Meaningful Money, MoneyBox Live, Wake Up To Money, Listen to Lucy, Which? Money and The Property Podcast. Contact Martin at martin@icfp.co.uk with any comments or questions. You can find show notes and archived episodes at https://icradio.co.uk/episodes/.

    Common sense approach for your money, with Harry Stout

    Common sense approach for your money, with Harry Stout

    My guest today is Harry Stout, a senior leader in the global financial services business.

    He’s got 25 years of expertise in the US and globally, with experience in all key business areas.

    Harry’s new book is called The FinancialVerse; it presents a straightforward, easy to read explanation of what you can expect to experience at each stage of your financial life.

    • 17 min
    Making complex finance subjects simple, with Tina Hay

    Making complex finance subjects simple, with Tina Hay

    My guest on the podcast today is Tina Hay, founder of Napkin Finance.

    Tina explains that two-thirds of Americans can’t pass a basic financial literacy test. Nine in ten believe that personal finance should become a required subject in school.

    When she attended Harvard Business School, Tina struggled to keep up with her classmates when it came to understanding jargon and numbers-heavy concepts.

    • 11 min
    100 things millionaires do, with Nigel Cumberland

    100 things millionaires do, with Nigel Cumberland

    In this episode of the podcast, I’m joined by Nigel Cumberland, international bestselling author of 100 Things Successful People Do.

    In this new book, 100 Things Millionaires Do, Nigel turns his attention to wealth.

    The book distills all of the wisdom and knowledge of a lifetime of starting and selling businesses, and coaching hundreds of wealthy leaders, into 100 short chapters of advice on building and retaining sustainable wealth.

    • 24 min
    Escaping from your financial prison camp, with The Escape Artist

    Escaping from your financial prison camp, with The Escape Artist

    Are you trapped in a financial prison camp of your own making?

    My guest on the podcast today didn't realise he was part of the wider FIRE movement until a chance encounter with the work of Mr Money Mustache.

    In this episode, I talk to Barney Whiter AKA The Escape Artist about the career crisis which served as his catalyst to create a freedom fund.

    • 20 min
    Journey to financial independence, with Ken Okoroafor

    Journey to financial independence, with Ken Okoroafor

    Financial independence is a super power. Whether we know it or not, we're all on a stage of a money journey; anything from financially solvent to financially independent.

    My guest on the podcast today is Ken Okoroafor, founder of The Humble Penny.

    Ken describes himself as a millennial, migrant and minority - but he warns of the danger of listening to a single story.

    • 20 min
    This is why you need to fund your retirement

    This is why you need to fund your retirement

    You might not plan to retire. Increasingly these days, retirement is delayed because we can’t afford it, or we don’t want to give up work; after all, work gives us a powerful sense of identity, an excuse for social interaction, and is scientifically proven to help reduce disease and death. Why on earth would you want to retire, given the choice?!

    • 5 min

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