Weekly Round-Up – Friday 22nd July 2016

Informed Choice Weekly RoundupHappy 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

Elder abuse is a serious crime, but sadly it often isn’t treated like one. In this blog we look at a new campaign by Action on Elder Abuse.

The latest State of Retirement report from insurer LV= examined ‘Grey Collar Workers’ and found that nearly 87% who are aged 65 and over are happy to be in employment.

Does your retirement plan involve downsizing property to generate an income in later life? Don’t get caught up in the downsizing delusion.

The latest podcast episodes

This week, Martin interviewed Holly Mackay for Informed Choice Radio. Holly is founder of Boring Money and spoke to Martin about her research on ladies losing out in the world of financial services.

Pokémon Go is the new gaming craze that is sweeping the planet and adding billions to the share price of Nintendo. What are the personal finance implications of this runaway technological success story?

Informed Choice in the press

Martin comments for FT Adviser about one positive that could come from residential property prices taking a bashing following the referendum result.

Before you go

Next week is the 100th episode of Informed Choice Radio, our audio podcast about achieving your financial goals in life. Please join us here at 1pm on Thursday 28th July for a live broadcast of episode 100 with Martin and Nick.


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