I’m very much a journalist on a journey to get a better handle on my own finances. Money Talk, I hope, is the entertaining and informative result from that.
While the recommendations I give are based on thorough research, and they’re actions I would take given the circumstances laid out, you should know that I am not a qualified financial adviser. As such, everything on Money Talk should be taken as my opinion, based on the data available, rather than professional advice.
By reading Money Talk, whether as a paying or free subscriber to the newsletter or by simply browsing the content on this site, you agree that I cannot be held liable for any financial decisions you make as a result of the information you read.
As with any important decisions in life, you should take the time to do the relevant research and due diligence to find a solution suitable for you. That’s why, where possible, I always link to additional sources.
Money Talk offers a community for you to start creating a plan that’s tailored just for you but your money journey shouldn’t end here.
How do you make money?
Right now, Money Talk is very much a side-hustle – I work as a journalist and editor by day. But by continuing to create great, exclusive content, I’m hoping to make it a full-time gig in future with lots of added value for subscribers.
At the moment, income from Money Talk comes from several different sources, including premium subscribers of the Money Talk newsletter. Premium subscriptions cost just £3.50 a month, or £20 for the year, and helps to keep the work on here going.
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