Jasmine Birtles is a financial expert, TV presenter, author, journalist, business commentator and humourist. Her mission is to de-mystify money and give practical advice to help people get out of debt and manage their finances by spending less, making more and investing for a secure future. She has money saving and money making ideas as well as wise spending habits. She's a financial expert with a twist unique in that she is able to combine her knowledge of business and personal finance with her comedy skills, making a worrying subject palatable and easy to understand.
Jasmine speaks on various financial and business issues including personal financial management and setting up and running small businesses. As a keynote speaker, facilitator, host, after dinner speaker and corporate presenter, she has spoken at and hosted conferences for a wide variety of companies and industries.
She set up and runs Moneymagpie.com, a website which has information on personal finance, environmental and ethical living, how to run a small business and a leading site for safe and legitimate money-making opportunities.
As a financial journalist she has written for the Daily Express, Readers Digest, Metro, Prima Baby magazine and Visit England. She writes regularly for the Independent, the Independent on Sunday and various other newspapers and magazines including The Guardian, The Observer, The Mirror, Spectator Business, Essentials, Best, AOL Money, Marie Claire and Good Housekeeping.
For corporate clients her workshop 'How to be Rich without Really Trying' is lively, humorous and practical and has been designed to educate, amuse and enrich in a few easy steps. Using fluffy bunnies, chocolate money and a whole host of gags, Jasmine explains in an easy-to-understand manner:
How to eliminate debt
How to be clever with their spending
How to beat the banks and invest successfully for themselves
How to make a bit on the side
How to have a rich retirement
Jasmine is the author of 38 books and appears regularly on TV and radio including BBC News, Daybreak, Alan Titchmarsh, This Morning and Sky News.