Weekly Round-Up – Friday 18th 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

Downsizing to pay for retirement

Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in Cranleigh this Summer

Healthy life expectancy and retirement ages

Budget 2016 live blog

Budget 2016 Free Briefing Note

Budget 2016 introduces new Lifetime ISA

The latest podcast episode

Podcast 073: Budget for the next generation

Informed Choice in the press

Nick’s comments were featured in Money Marketing this week, following the publication of the Financial Advice Market Review.

Martin spoke to Eagle Radio on Budget day, sharing his views on a range of the newly announced measures.

He was also quoted in Money Marketing, giving both barrels to the scrapped quango the Money Advice Service.

Before you go

Earlier this week we enjoyed a violin recital by Júlia Pusker at Cranleigh Arts Centre. This was the latest in a season of Informed Choice sponsored classical recitals.

The next recital takes place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 13th April, a Harp recital by Glain Dafydd. Find out more and book tickets here.


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