We hope you’ve had a great week and have exciting plans for the weekend ahead.
This week at Informed Choice we’ve been asking ‘how much money is enough?’ following comments by the rock star Gene Simmons of Kiss fame.
Martin was invited to be part of an expert panel for MoneyFit Week, answering consumer personal finance questions on Monday and Wednesday.
Our latest podcast episode reviewed some of these MoneyFit questions, as well as exploring the workings of a property investment scam and the impact of massive pre-tax losses announced by Tesco.
If there is anything you would like us to cover in future blogs or podcast episodes, please let us know.
65 year old rocker Gene Simmons told the press this week, “I’ll never stop hunting more money, I’ll never have enough.” We think he needs to meet with a Certified Financial Planner. Do you know how much is enough when it comes to your money?
Earlier this week Martin was a featured expert for the Unbiased.co.uk MoneyFit Week campaign. In this blog, he selects five of the best personal finance questions from his online Q&A sessions and provides the answers.
This week in episode 20 of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin answers five personal finance questions from MoneyFit Week, asks whether you would invest in a property scheme offering a 50% annual return, and explains why the biggest ever pre-tax loss from Tesco is important for every investor.
We recently started posting daily three minute videos explaining important personal finance and investing concepts. This week we have posted videos explaining Lasting Powers of Attorney, Modern Portfolio Theory, Income Tax, Term Assurance and Boiler Room Scams.
Nick comments for Money Marketing and backs Ros Altmann in her proposed government role as minister responsible for financial consumer protection and education.