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FT Money Show

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The Financial Times Money Show brings you engaging insight into personal finance. Claer Barrett, her team and leading industry commentators dissect the week’s news and discuss how it will affect you and your pocket. Produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching.

Customer Reviews

Loan charge episode

Great coverage on this emerging issue. Although there’s a wide spectrum of opinion on the plight of these contractors and freelancers, it would take a pretty hard heart to find no sympathy at the prospect of bankruptcy and destitution at the hands of the HMRCs clumsy back peddling. The retrospective aspect alone smacks of greed and statutory overreach.

Loan Charge Special

Fantastic show. I’m so glad that the FT have really grabbed the issue by the horns are seeking to let people know about it. HMRC have been totally inadequate in their communications for the last 20 years and still even now people are are only just realising that the Loan Charge threatens to bankrupt them. I wish the Loan Charge Action Group, WTT and Sir Ed Davey luck in their battle for fairness and thank you to Emma Agyemang, Claer Barrett and the FT for their excellent reporting on this scandal. I look forward to further reports on this subject

Loan charge

Shocking to hear this podcast there’s no humanity in this at all people who are likely innocent in their need to get loan have to stop HMRC . This is utter disgraced this requires greater analysis and assumptions that are being thrown about is wrong. Yes get taxes but this is not the way to do it Dam heartless fools

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