As society changes the way it pays,it also changes the way it gives. Louise Cooper asks how donors can do the most good with their money and how charities can tap into new markets. Show more
How do you know if you're overpaying for your broadband deal? What can you do if you find out you are paying too much? Louise Cooper and guests provide the answers. Show more
The CMA's damning verdict on leasehold homes, low returns for people under 27 in NEST pension scheme and the Student Loans Company's new system to stop graduates overpaying Show more
Is our working week due for major reform? Will a move to a four day week - as proposed by the Labour Party in its recent General Election manifesto - ever happen? Show more
Ruth Alexander finds out who makes money out of what we throw away. On the trail of our recycling, she discovers a multi-billion dollar industry that is global, and in turmoil. Show more
Losing control of your savings when inheritance planning goes wrong. We speak to people who are worried they have handed their life savings to a company they can't contact. Show more
What is strategy and why do businesses need it? What distinguishes a good strategy from a bad one? Evan Davis chairs a round table discussion to find out the answers. Show more
With the gender pay gap reporting deadline fast approaching for companies with 250+ employees, Louise Cooper discusses what we know so far and why we are no closer to closing it. Show more
Financial phone-in. After weeks of controversy over the revaluation of business rates, the government is under growing pressure to overhaul the complete system. Show more
The higher cost of living alone, how 90,000 people on benefits risk losing their homes as mortgage interest support ends and how a vital pension transfer letter can be hard to get. Show more
Is means-testing the best way to direct money to those who need it, and what are the costs of the financial assessment process, to government and to claimants? Show more
The latest news from the world of personal finance. A bank fraud refund with a twist, the FTSE 100 share index's record-breaking week and unclaimed marriage allowance. Show more
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What impact did Spain's king have on his country’s economy? Plus will US plans to curb carbon pollution from American power plants by 30% from 2005 levels, work? Show more
The Smart Consumer podcast with Louisa Adams and Tom Allingham from Save The Student.