Weekly Round-Up – Friday 12th August 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

What do low interest rates mean for your retirement? Our summer intern Charlotte has carried out some research.

What impact are peer-pressured parent purchases having on your annual expenditure?

Are you worse off as a result of the Brexit referendum result in June?

Should retirees with a range of investment assets be holding back pension wealth for the next generation?

The latest podcast episode

Higher education is an expensive business. Martin spoke to Adam Bauer, Financial Literacy Program Director at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

Informed Choice in the press

Aviva Investors has warned investors in the company’s £1.6bn property fund that they are unlikely to be able to withdraw their money until 2017. Martin commented in the FT this week.

Before you go

We are pleased to introduce two new members of the Informed Choice team this week. Victoria McNulty and Kelvin Riches joined us on Monday as Paraplanners, working with Andy Bodman to conduct research and write client reports.


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