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Episode 10 – Coronavirus: With a slice of lime

The girls are back with a follow-up episode to their Coronovirus special. Starting with some admissions of sneaky stockpiling and Jo’s bad spending habits – this episode will look at the long-term effects or COVID-19 and what the last 3 months can teach us from a financial point of view, (with an inevitable pirate joke…

Episode 9 – Going halves on a baby

As finance professionals, there’s nothing we love more than a detailed, sensible plan! But is that possible when it comes to financially planning for a baby? What savings should you have, how secure should your income be? With some intimidating stats around the cost of children hitting the news recently, Cathi and Jo tackle one…

Episode 8 – Risk vs Reward vs Ice-cream

In their biggest gamble to date, Cathi and Jo will try to convince you of the benefits of investing for normal people. This ain’t no disco. This ain’t no pyramid scheme either. (This is FCA…approved.)   Along the way Jo reveals the riskiest thing she’s ever done for an ice cream, and Cathi puts her mathematical mind…

Bonus Episode 2 – Meaningful Money In Conversation

Catch up on our guest appearance on the wonderful Pete Matthew’s podcast from @meaningfulmoney. Celebrating Meaningful Money‘s 10th birthday, we talk all things finance and weigh up the difficulties and the enjoyment of doing a financial podcast.

Episode 7 – Jo needs saving

“I always think it’s something I’ll do when I grow up. I haven’t really grown up yet. (I’m forty soon).” (Jo Campbell, 2020.) Yes, it’s the beloved topic of savings, that everyone knows is important, but most avoid talking about. Guest this episode is Brendan Shanks from Husky Finance, who joins in the chaos to…