The Money Confidence Podcast


Join us, Sarah and Georgia, as we help you get to grips with money in a fun and simple way. We talk all things money from investments, pensions and benefits to your mindset around money and steps we can take to improve your relationship with money. Together, we've got this!

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About your hosts, Sarah and Georgia


Sarah is a Chartered Financial Planner and Coach; Georgia is a fully qualified Paraplanner. Between them they have over 20 years experience in financial services.

Both are passionate about helping you to unpick the jargon used in financial services and increase your knowledge and confidence with money and the decisions you make around money.

Sarah and Georgia met in 2013 while working at the same Financial Advice company in Woodley. Now they have joined forces to educate others about money in a fun, simple way. If you want to increase your confidence with money then this is the podcast for you.





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Child Benefit  ▶️


What to Expect From the Financial Advice Process  ▶️


The Story of Sarah and Georgia  ▶️


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The Latest Episode

Find the latest episode of the Money Confidence podcast below. If you wish to get in touch with us about our podcast, please email: 


How to Find a Financial Adviser

On this episode of the Money Confidence podcast, Sarah and Georgia first talk about what money means to Georgia but then it gets a bit deep so they decide to talk about how to find a financial adviser and what questions to ask them. 

Four Ways Rising Interest Rates May Affect You

On this episode of the Money Confidence podcast, Sarah and Georgia discuss how the rising interest rates may affect you. 


Financial Coaching

On this episode of the Money Confidence podcast, Georgia asks Sarah questions about Financial Coaching.


Disclaimer: The information given in this podcast is for your entertainment and should not be construed as financial advice. No liability can be accepted for any individuals relying on this information without seeking specific advice and guidance. As always, take independent financial advice before making any investment decisions.