Informed Choice Radio 123: Lisa Stanley, Good With Money
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Good with Money is a website offering views on how well products and providers match our vision of being both a good deal financially and ethically. It’s a resource for people who want both.
Before setting up Good With Money, Lisa was head of communications for Triodos Bank, the pioneering ethical bank. Prior to this, she worked at comms agency Bray Leino, and was partner and associate director at Lansons Communications, one of the UK’s biggest financial services PR firms.
Lisa started Good with Money along with Becky O’Connor, a freelance writer and former award-winning finance journalist for The Times. Together, they describe themselves as two blonde mums with a bit of a conscience and a fair amount of background in personal finance
In this episode of Informed Choice Radio, I speak to Lisa about the growing number of people choosing to do good things with their money, how ethics go beyond investing and into all aspects of your personal finances, and how you can get started in making a positive difference with your money.
Welcome to Good with Money with Lisa Stanley, in episode 123 of Informed Choice Radio.[tweet_box]How can you be good with your money? @martinbamford speaks to @lisagstanley in this podcast episode[/tweet_box]
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Some questions I ask
-Have you always been interested in the ethical side of financial services?
-What’s the driving force behind your website, Good with Money?
-Is it possible to do good with your money and get low prices?
-How will ethical investing and financial decisions becoming mainstream change the face of money management?
-Can being good with your money extend into other areas of personal finance, such as borrowing?
-Where is the best place to get started, if you want to do good things with your money?
Useful links mentioned in this episode