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Ep 330 - Financing later-life care, green mortgages & best cashback credit cards

Damien Fahy of talks to Andy Leeks about money. On this week's podcast Damien talks about later-life care, explaining how it works, how much it could potentially cost and whether or not you are likely to qualify for any of the financial help that is available. Damien also talks about green mortgages, explaining what they are and who they might be good for. Finally, Laura joins the show to talk about cashback credit cards, explaining who they might suit as well as the best deals available right now. Check out this week's podcast article on the MTTM website to see the full list of resources from this week's show.   Retirement Calculator - Use this calculator to work out how much income you are likely to receive at retirement Damien's Money MOT Paying for later-life care: What are your options? - Article by Bronte Carvalho Which are the best cashback credit cards in the UK? - Article by Laura Mossman Guidance & resources on NHS continuing healthcare and NHS-funded healthcare  Deprivation of assets Homecare associate search tool  

Om Podcasten

Hosted by Damien Fahy of, the Money To The Masses Podcast covers a wide range of personal finance topics. Released every Sunday - Damien and Andy talk about a range of personal finance topics including Investing, Savings, Insurance and Pensions, as well as ways to make and save money and the scams you should avoid. Released every Wednesday - Damien discusses what is happening in investment markets and what to look out for. Each show lasts between 10-15 minutes and is aimed at DIY investors (including novices) seeking contemporary analysis to help them understand how investment markets work. Damien is one of the most widely quoted money and investment experts in the national press and has made numerous radio & TV appearances. He created while working in the City when he became disillusioned with the way the public were left to fend for themselves because they could not afford financial advice. If you have any questions or comments on the podcast, contact Damien by emailing