27 min

Flatmates you didn’t ask for and meddling grandparents Moral Money

    • Society & Culture

Bryony Gordon joins Sam and Lauren from The Telegraph’s Personal Finance team to help two readers who think they’re being hard done by. First up: flatmates. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them —but what can you do when your flatmate’s boyfriend has all but moved in, but refuses to pay rent?

Plus Bryony has some rather unsympathetic words for a reader whose parents think they can have a say in how they raise their child because they stump up the nursery fees.

Tell us your moral money issue and we might discuss it on the podcast - email us at moralmoney@telegraph.co.uk or leave us a voicemail on 07867 162 170 and you might even hear your voice on the show.

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Bryony Gordon joins Sam and Lauren from The Telegraph’s Personal Finance team to help two readers who think they’re being hard done by. First up: flatmates. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them —but what can you do when your flatmate’s boyfriend has all but moved in, but refuses to pay rent?

Plus Bryony has some rather unsympathetic words for a reader whose parents think they can have a say in how they raise their child because they stump up the nursery fees.

Tell us your moral money issue and we might discuss it on the podcast - email us at moralmoney@telegraph.co.uk or leave us a voicemail on 07867 162 170 and you might even hear your voice on the show.

Sign up to The Telegraph’s free twice-daily WhatsApp audio briefings: http://bit.ly/2XJU05f

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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