Weekly Round-Up – Friday 27th May 2016

Annuity option for retirement income remains aliveHappy 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

Should the state pension age rise to 70 within the next 14 years, as long as early access is offered for lower earners?

One of the most common questions Martin gets asked as a later life adviser is whether someone can make gifts under a lasting power of attorney.

This is what happened when she didn’t insure our pet cat; a sorrowful tale that could make you rethink the insurances you need in your life.

Nobody likes to talk about death. This is why you must.

The latest podcast episode

What will happen when you retire? The transition from working life to retired life can be a bit of a shock for some people.

In the latest episode of our podcast, Martin talks about the things people miss when they stop working, and what they can do to fill their time.

Informed Choice in the press

Nick was a guest speaker at Money Marketing Interactive in London yesterday, talking about communicating value in what we do for clients.

Here he is being interviewed on camera by the Money Marketing Events team before going on stage.

Nick at Money Marketing Interactive

Before you go

The EU Referendum Debate is coming back to Cranleigh next month, this time sponsored by our friends at Hart Brown Solicitors. The event is hosted by Cranleigh Chamber of Commerce and features panelists from both sides of the Leave and Remain arguments.

Tickets are only £5, with all proceeds going towards the cost of replacing the Cranleigh Christmas Lights this year. You can find out more and buy your tickets at cranleighbiz.co.uk/2016/05/cranleigh-decides-eu-referendum-debate/

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