Weekly Round-Up – Friday 11th March 2016

Weekly Round-UpHappy Friday, readers! It’s time to catch up.

Here are some of the things that we covered at Informed Choice this week.

On the blog this week

Important considerations for Personal Savings Allowance

-Pension Lifetime Allowance and Annual Allowance Reductions

Resolution Financial Adviser Specialist Accreditation

How to reform financial advice

Chancellor U-Turn on Pension Tax Relief

Toast of Surrey Business Awards 2016

Pulled muscles, experiences & financial well-being

The latest podcast episodes

In a special episode of the Informed Choice Podcast this week, we featured excerpts of a talk given by Chris Budd about creating financial peace of mind.

Our main episode this week discussed the possible link between viruses and dementia, as well as featuring a roundup of the latest personal finance news.

Informed Choice in the press

Martin gave expert advice to retired medical secretary Jane Beattie in The Times. Jane wants to get more out of life with the wealth she has. Read the article in full here (Times subscription required)

In his latest column for Money Marketing, Nick talked about advice fee models.

Before you go

The next Informed Choice sponsored classical recital at Cranleigh Arts Centre takes place next Wednesday evening, 16th March.

We welcome Júlia Pusker for a violin recital featuring sonatas by Bach and Beethoven. Tickets are available here, or free from your Informed Choice Financial Planner.


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