Martin Lewis issues ‘most profitable’ warning ‘ever’ and urges ‘listen’

Martin Lewis issued his “most profitable” warning EVER while promoting his new BBC Sounds podcast episode. Mr Lewis, who founded Money Saving Expert, spoke to his Twitter/X followers on Wednesday night after hosting ITV’s Good Morning Britain earlier today.

Mr Lewis wrote: “New Bridge. The most profitable topic I have ever discussed, some earn £10,000′. He went on to say: “For every £800 paid in or less, you can earn £5,400 and over, but the clock is ticking! It’s all about additional NI years (under 73 only). Listen.”

“I explain the circumstances of when it is and is not for the youth in the group,” he added. One follower told her: “I checked my retirement forecast earlier today (while) listening @TherealNihal & You. Was told I would not get shortfall payment as my estimated pension was £221.20 at current rates. I am only about £300 short of my full payments for the 1987/88 tax year.”

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And a second typed: “Way too complicated. The government must be forced to make things easier. They collect all our details, repeatedly, and yet they can’t keep track of it all and give people their due. , without all the jumping and fussing.”

And another said: “If this didn’t have an actual link to the actual podcast, I’d swear it was one of those confusing spammy pop-up ads you get.” And another chimed in and said: “Martin, if you opted for a co-pension, does your government pension file take that into account or is it just adjusted to retirement age? Friend request”

The podcast synopsis explains: “In this week’s podcast, Martin explains how you can voluntarily buy years of National Insurance to top up your State Pension and why it’s one of the most profitable things many people can do with their money. TELL US is about whether listeners have taken money from their kids’ accounts to help fund the household or broke their piggy banks Later, Martin shares his latest money-saving tips and Nihal tries another tough Mastermind question .

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