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Merry Christmas


As 2019 draws to a close it is with a great sense of pride that I reflect on everything that we have achieved this year at Money to the Masses.

This year saw the team continue to grow allowing us to produce more articles, podcasts and videos than ever. This included over 100 new videos on our YouTube channel, the launch of my Midweek Markets podcast and the release of the 250th episode of the Money to the Masses podcast.

2019 also saw the launch of my Money MOT, our first ever live event and the launch of the Money to the Masses Community. It has certainly been a very busy year and I'd like to thank you all for your continued support. Next year promises to be just as exciting.

This is the last newsletter of 2019 with the next one arriving in your inboxes on 5th January. So I’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a happy Christmas and a healthy and prosperous 2020.
 
Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy
MoneytotheMasses.com founder




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Money to the Masses Podcast
Episode 251 - On this week's show I share my experience of becoming the victim of fraud after a series of quite unbelievable lapses by my bank. I talk about how I became aware of the fraud, how it took place, my bank's incompetence in dealing with the situation effectively and the steps you should take to reduce the chances of it happening to you.
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Damien's Midweek Markets Podcast
Episode 44 - The latest episode of my DIY investment podcast where I discuss what is happening in investment markets and in this week's episode I explain why caution has given way to euphoria in investment markets.
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Money tips and news
How can I help my parent pay for their care using a deferred payment scheme?

Last minute tech Christmas gift ideas for every budget

Bank of England keeps interest rates on hold

Gift vouchers that never give: Why you shouldn't buy trendy 'experience days' like wine-tasting as presents without checking the small print

Thomas Cook customers' fury as cash buyers asked to prove where money came from - with one-third still waiting for refunds

Now is a good time to work out how to get out of your overdraft - permanently

UK water companies ordered to cut bills by £50 by 2025
 
Take Damien's Free Money MOT

Property

Second home-owners must watch out for a new capital gains tax grab

The areas of the UK where house prices have risen the most and the least this decade since 2010

The things you must check before buying a property

The world's five most VIEWED homes for sale online

Forget rent - there's a lucrative new property income stream: Landlords raking in £15,000 a MONTH as influencers
 
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Savings, Pensions & Investments

Buying Premium Bonds for my new granddaughter was a palaver that left me £500 out of pocket

The most popular tracker funds and ETFs of 2019

I'm in my 20s and want to be more active with my company pension and check its aligned with my values - how can I do that

How to trim tax on pension pot withdrawals

Should I take 25% lump sums from all my pension pots at once, or do it in order?

Savings: with rates at rock bottom, is there anything you can do?
See the best & cheapest SIPPs

Reader's question of the week

How much does £100,000 life insurance cost

Now might be a good time to....

...start a new business - How to create & develop business ideas

Money guide of the week

Starting a new business? How to create a business plan

Newspaper Roundup

Best of the Sunday papers' MONEY sections 

Best of the Sunday papers' PROPERTY sections

This Week's Video - Subscribe to our YouTube channel

The limitations of artificial intelligence in personal finance
Having attended the 2019 Lisbon web summit technology conference it is clear that artificial intelligence has a key part to play when it comes to improving the world of personal finance. That said, there are limitations and we discuss those in this video.

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We had a lot of fun making the 250th episode and we are chuffed so many of you enjoyed it.
Here’s to the next 250 shows!⁠

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