Rank #1: Should investors buy Bitcoin?
FT Money presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss whether or not Bitcoin deserves a place in your investment portfolio and why restaurant service charges leave a bad taste in the mouth. Finally, why we might all be renting used cars in the future instead of buying.
Rank #2: Financial advice for young people, crowdfunding and why Brexit has ruined my dinner parties
Think you're ready for a financial adviser but you can't find anyone to take your money? FT Money editor Claer Barrett talks to money blogger Iona Bain about why old fashioned advisers don't want young people's money. Next up, podcast guests chat about crowdfunding - how it works, the risks involved - and what a unicorn is! And finally, James Max is causing a stir with his topic of dinner party conversation.
Rank #3: Financial New Year's Resolutions: How to manage your money in 2019
FT Money editor Claer Barrett and guest presenter Bobby Seagull of University Challenge fame present a special New Year's edition of podcast packed with tips and ideas for managing your cash in the year ahead, featuring the "financial resolutions" of a host of FT commentators
Rank #4: Inflation - what you need to know
FT Money Show presenter Lucy Warwick-Ching on what's driving inflation up, how to inflation proof your finances and how pensioners can protect their assets in this climate.
Rank #5: Re-emerging markets?
Are emerging market stocks in the bargain bin for good reasons? Or is it time to buy back in? How should emerging markets fit into a balanced portfolio?
Rank #6: Should you invest like Warren Buffett?
In this week's FT Money show, presenter Claer Barrett is joined by Money columnist Merryn Somerset Webb and guests to discuss why Warren Buffett is not really a value investor, whether employee share schemes are ever a good idea and the reasons behind one wealth manager's recent interest in female clients.
Rank #7: Six financial mistakes that women need to avoid
Presenter Claer Barrett and guests discuss what every female needs to know about her finances. From practicing 'financial self defence', getting started in investing and bridging the gender pay and pensions gap, this special edition of the FT Money podcast covers all these issues and more.
Rank #8: Is oil the contrarian buying opportunity of a generation?
How to pick stocks for an oil price recovery. Why "flatflation" (zero inflation) will hit our finances. Higher-rate pension tax relief - why it could be scrapped.
Rank #9: The investment outlook for 2017
Following a year of political shocks, JP Morgan's Stephanie Flanders and the FT's Jonathan Guthrie discuss what may come next. We also discuss the disappearing £50 note.
Rank #10: Emerging markets, tax avoiders and owning property
Emerging markets turmoil - how should investors react? James Pickford and guests discuss the options. Also, the HMRC crackdown that threatens huge financial difficulties for thousands of low earners. Plus James Max gives his (controversial) view on how many homes one person should have.
Rank #11: What financial personality type are you?
Psychologists have identified six common traits that can lead to bad financial decisions - so are you a cash splasher, an ostrich or an anxious investor? Plus, the trading secrets of Car Boot sales, and the rising costs of social care.
Rank #12: Young, gifted and broke
Millennial money: how 20-somethings think about finance. The ease of sinking into unmanageable credit card debt. Divorce for £59 online? This could be a costly DIY mistake.
Rank #13: Bitcoin, retail shares and the financial risks of being female
FT Money editor Claer Barrett on the perils of investing in Bitcoin. She also takes a closer look at whether people should invest in retail shares and debates the financial risks of being female following the publication of a report that claims that young women today face greater financial insecurity.
Rank #14: Retirement planning, Help to buy and ageism in society
Are you ready for retirement? Claer Barrett, FT Money editor, and guests discuss the importance of financial planning - whether you're hoping to retire in 50 years or 50 weeks. Plus, first-time buyers get a boost from Help to Buy, but should the government consider aiming a tax break at the 'last-time buyers' to help more of them downsize? And finally, listeners hear from FT Money's new columnist - Jane Owen, whose debut column 'the invisible woman' rails against ageism in society.
Rank #15: Vanguard and the passive revolution
In this week's FT Money show, presenter Claer Barrett is joined by Money columnist Jason Butler and guests to discuss low-cost fund giant Vanguard's new online investment service, how much MP's pension schemes are worth, and what investors should do if the stock market crashes.
Rank #16: Nudging millennials to save for the future
How new micro-investing apps could help young people to invest their spare change. Plus does cash beat shares? Presenter Claer Barrett probes Paul Lewis on his latest research, and we ask how sustainable oil dividends are for investors.
Rank #17: House prices, family trusts and the high cost of private members clubs
FT Money editor Claer Barrett and guests debate the real value of property and the demise of family trusts. James Max drops into the studio to discuss his latest Rich People's Problems column on paying thousands of pounds a year in private club memberships.
Rank #18: Investing in Bitcoin, financial fitness and wealth managers
FT Money editor Claer Barrett and guests discuss the volatile price of cryptocurrencies, how to cut your performance fees by going to the gym and how wealth managers are adapting to the needs of young people.
Rank #19: Beyond Brexit, christmas lights for beards and the growing trend presents for teachers
FT Money editor Claer Barrett investing beyond Brexit - what action should you consider to ride out the volatility. Plus as Christmas approaches, what is this year's must have party accessory and will you be buying a present for your child's teacher this year?
Rank #20: Is property still a good investment?
As the market gets stickier in the run up to Brexit, the FT Money podcast debates where property prices will go next. Plus Merryn Somerset Webb shares her thoughts on the tenth anniversary of the financial crisis.