The Guardian·Finance·January 21, 2016·3 min readMoney Talks: how the bear market will affect you, and it’s good to talk money with your honey ShareTweetShareSubmit This article titled “Money Talks: how the bear market will affect you, and it’s good to talk money with your honey” was written by Hilary Osborne, for theguardian.com on Thursday 21st January 2016 13.00 UTC Hello and welcome to this week’s Money Talks – a roundup of the week’s biggest stories and some things you may have missed. Money news New self-cert mortgage lender ‘can’t meet demand’ ‘Cheapest flat’ in London sells for £79,000 Job site reveals role with the best prospects in 2016 E.ON cuts price of gas on standard tariff ‘Rip-off’ pension exit fees to be capped Local councils guilty of ‘softly, softly approach’ to rogue landlords UK housing market had strong December Feature ‘Let’s talk money, honey’: how to find financial harmony with your partner Do you and your partner fight about your finances, or dodge the issue at every opportunity? Photograph: Alamy In pictures Homes with fishing rights A four-bedroom property near Dalavich, Argyll and Bute, with a stretch of private shore for fishing. Photograph: Alexander Dawson In the spotlight As stock markets tumble around the world we explain what a bear market is and what it means for your finances. The bear market in 2016 will have an affect on pensions, investments and holidays. Photograph: Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty Images Consumer champions All TalkTalk over its endless promises to let me switch We have paid, but still get 1am text demands from First UtilitySee alsoJanuary 31, 2016Welcome to the bank where financial advice is free – it’s a food bank My free travel cover from Lloyds doesn’t get me very far Money deals Our group switch is the easy way to cut your energy bills, just sign up before 14 February 2016 and we’ll do all the hard work for you. Find out more and sign up here. Download a free guide to investing for income in 2016 from MarketViews including there three top tips for income investors here. guardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 Published via the Guardian News Feed plugin for WordPress. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!