Rewirement, the award-winning podcast hosted by Angellica Bell that helps you best prepare for key life milestones and create your brightest financial future, is back for a new season.
Almost two thirds (64%), the equivalent to 33 million people across the country are concerned about their financial future, fearing that the long-term impact of today’s rising living costs could see their life goals delayed or even missed altogether, according to new research from Legal & General.
Despite these worries, over 50% of UK adults haven’t sought financial guidance. Rewirement, the award-winning podcast from Legal & General, is aiming to help change this – offering listeners free guidance on how to plan for the long term and supplying the knowledge and confidence to navigate these pivotal moments.
Broadcaster Angellica Bell has been through many of these big financial moments in her life, and still has many more to come. On the latest series of Rewirement, she is joined by people of all ages and walks of life looking for answers to their financial questions, with Angellica speaking to them about their personal journeys before pairing them up with the experts who can help.
“Being prepared for the big financial decisions we potentially could face is vital,” says Angellica Bell. “In this series, I’ve really enjoyed speaking to a range of people with questions about their long-term finances and connecting them with experts to help them find the answers.”
Many of the topics during this eight-part podcast series were chosen off the back of Legal & General’s research, being the key areas the UK public has particular concerns around.
This includes how to buy your very first home or create a sound financial future in your 20s, right up to the important decisions on retirement plans and pensions – also covering how to balance financial security and family needs, financial priorities for the self-employed, the topical issue of managing the rises in the cost of living and more.
Episode one of Rewirement is out today, titled “From money problems to prosperity”.