Week in review: Friday 29th May 2015

Week in reviewIt’s been half term week here at Informed Choice, with a few days off here and there.

This week we’ve written about income independence day, regulating the non-regulated and what the Queen’s speech means for your personal finances.

In our latest weekly podcast episode, Martin interviewed Michelle Hoskin of Standards International about what it means to be a WOW! financial adviser.

If there is anything you would like us to write about in the blog or talk about in the podcast, please let us know.

We hope you’ve had a good week, whether working or playing, and wish you a great weekend.

Blogs

When is your Income Independence Day?When is your income independence day?

The average British household could celebrate their income independence day on 22nd of May this month. This is the day of the month when the average UK household had earned enough to pay off their main living costs. Do you know when your income independence day is?

It's time to regulate the non-regulatedIt’s time to regulate the non-regulated

Our professional body, the Personal Finance Society (PFS), has called for a review of regulated and non-regulated financial services activity, in order to level the playing field between the two. We back their calls in this blog post.

Queen's Speech 2015 & Your Personal FinancesQueen’s Speech 2015 & Your Personal Finances

Did you watch the Queen’s Speech earlier this week? We look at the proposed Bills and explain what each one could mean for your personal finances.

Podcast

ICP025 Wow Financial Advisers with Michelle HoskinICP025: WOW! Financial Advisers with Michelle Hoskin

In the latest episode of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin talks to Michelle Hoskin of Standards International to understand what it takes to be a WOW! financial adviser.

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