If you are looking to pinch your pennies, A Thrifty Mrs is your woman.
If you are looking to pinch your pennies, A Thrifty Mrs is your woman.

We know how it feels when you look at your bank statements in horror – we are skint too. But it is ok, because our podcast is here to help your money woes. If it is an addiction to ASOS.com or a rather hefty bill bar you’ve got going on, if you are struggling to find a job or you just want to save some dosh, we’ve got so much advice and expert help on hand that you will probably want to listen twice. Or three times – just to take notes. Yep, just call us Doctor Dollar…

We’ve got

  • Chat and banter about where our actually end up and war stories of 9p beans
  • Our regular newscaster Simon Button  discusses the politics of money
  • We interview ‘Queen of the Charity Shops’ El Jones from A Thrifty Mrs on domesticity and money saving
  • An epic review of My Old Dutch, pancake emporium and purveyor of awesome milkshakes
  • Freelancer Emma Cossey gives us her top money tips for running your own business
  • And finally, we are played out by gorgeous indie rock band Kid Champion
The HTC gals will also be sharing some secrets and opinions of their own, and bringing bants a plenty!

So get on it listeners! You can listen to the podcast straight away by pressing play on the player above, going to the Episodes page, checking out our Feedburner RSS Feed or subscribing on iTunes. Subscribe….go on…you know you want to!

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