This and every Saturday morning at 8:30, join Peter Lewis for Money Talk Xtra, a programme about personal finance, about investing, and about entrepreneurship. Each week Peter and his team delve into issues relating to your money, your investments, and your finances, with expert guests to answer your questions. He'll look at some of those life changing events that can impact your personal financial situation, talk about investment, and discuss topical issues.
Produced by Phil Whelan
Money Talk Xtra, hosted by Peter Lewis, is on RTHK Radio 3 on Saturday morning from 8:30 to 9. On this week’s programme, we'll take a look at a growing trend among young professionals towards collaborative-living. Jimmy Lam will speak to a working mum of four to hear about her financial challenges. And finally, for you millennials, we’ll tell you why it’s important to start investing while you’re in your twenties.If you have any personal finance questions you can reach us by emailing email@example.com or posting on Facebook at Money Talk on RTHK Radio 3.
25/05/2019 - Co-living
25/05/2019 - Working mum of 4
Nowadays in Hong Kong it’s very common for mothers to return to work after they give birth to children. Our listener Carolynne is one of them. She’s a working mum of 4. She met tell Jimmy Lam to explain her financial challenges. To help with some advice on her financial challenges, Jimmy Lam went to speak to William Tam, Chairman of the Hong Kong Financial Planning Association.
25/05/2019 - Investing in your twenties
We’ve stressed many times in this programme before the importance of starting to invest as young as possible. If you start investing in your teens and twenties, even small amounts can build up into a substantial sum by the time you retire. That’s the power of compound interest, something Albert Einstein described as the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn't ... pays it. Joining Peter Lewis to tell us more was Steve Chiu, Chairman of the Institute of Financial Planners of Hong Kong.