Sarah Pennells is a money expert, author and personal finance journalist who specialises in explaining complex subjects in an accessible and engaging way. She is the creator of a new money website for women called savvywoman.co.uk, aimed at smart women who want more from their money.She has more than fourteen years' experience working across television, radio, web and print.
Sarah has covered money and consumer issues every Saturday on BBC1's Breakfast programme for several years. Her reports also appeared on BBC News Channel's weekly personal finance slot 'Your Money'. Sarah was the runner up in the Headline Money awards 'Personal Finance Broadcaster of the Year' category 2009.
Sarah has written three books and co-authored several others. Her latest is called 'Green Money: How to save and invest ethically'. It is published by A&C Black for Guardian Books and is packed with advice and information for anyone thinking of saving or investing ethically, including:
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The personal finance guru, Alvin Hall, gave this testimony for 'Green Money':
Sarah Pennells' distinct talent is her ability not only to get all the details right, but to communicate them in a way that is logical and easy to understand for her audience.' Alvin Hall
She has specialist knowledge of women and their attitude to money, money and relationships, divorce, ethical investment, property finance, leasehold flats and energy bills and costs. She has written a monthly column for Moneywise magazine and was the personal finance expert for 'The Lady' magazine for ten years.
Sarah also chairs finance and property conferences and debates and has appeared as a panelist at financial events.
To see examples of Sarah's BBC TV work, click here.