Your Money, This Week is a new regular Friday bonus episode on the podcast that looks at the biggest personal finance and money news stories of the last seven days.
I’m joined for this one by Clare Seal from My Frugal Year and we look at topics including:
- The new rules to clampdown on Klarna and other Buy Now Pay Later services
- The extra supermarket costs from lockdown
- Could furlough be extended?
- More small energy firm collapses
- New Ofcom rules to help broadband switching
- The spectre of negative interest rates
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- Clare’s Financial Wellbeing Forum website
- Buy now, pay later firms such as Klarna face stricter controls (BBC)
- Average British family spent extra £50 on groceries in January (The Guardian)
- Extend furlough or risk mass unemployment, industry and unions warn Sunak (The Guardian)
- 50,000 homes to be automatically switched to British Gas after energy firm goes bust (Mirror Money)
- New plans to make broadband and landline switching simpler revealed (MSE)
- Bank of England keeps interest rates on hold at 0.1% and slashes 2021 forecast for UK economy (The Independent)
The music used on Cash Chats is Easter Island by Lonely Punk and provided on a creative commons licence