It’s estimated that one in five adults have been the victim of financial abuse, where a partner is controlling about money – or worse. But what is economic abuse and what do banks need to do to help customers who’ve been abused? Sarah talks to Nicola Sharp-Jeffs, who set up a charity called Surviving Economic Abuse. The SavvyWoman Podcast is sponsored by Addidi, which is a financial planning service for women – the voice of women’s wealth.
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About Sarah Pennells
SavvyWoman is a money website aimed at helping women everywhere become a little richer.
It’s the brainchild of Sarah Pennells, who is a well known personal finance journalist and broadcaster. SavvyWoman has been named as 5th in ‘The Times’ newspaper list of ‘50 top websites to save you money’.
Sarah Pennells is a money expert, broadcaster, author and personal finance journalist who specialises in explaining complex subjects in an accessible and engaging way. She has more than 20 years' experience in personal finance, working across television, radio, web and print.