Weekly Round-Up – Friday 23rd September 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

As a local business and employer, with owners who all live in Cranleigh, we take our corporate social responsibility very seriously.

Funeral prices have become one of the most rapidly growing costs in the UK, moving above average price inflation, wages and pensions.

The decline of government funded care has left vulnerable older people being left to look after themselves, even though there is an aging population that needs to be addressed.

We are all getting older and this is having a big impact on the financial decisions we make. This theme of an ageing population is important within retail financial services and something our regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, is thinking about carefully.

The latest podcast episodes

What happens when a money manager responsible for billions of dollars of investments feels burnt out and decides to become a personal finance teacher instead? Martin speaks to David Stein.

Two of the biggest Hollywood stars are getting divorced, so Martin shares his 6 financial tips for anyone going through this process.

Informed Choice in the press

Martin commented in the FT this week on six questions to ask your adviser about pension drawdown.

Before you go

Tomorrow is the Cranleigh Food & Music Festival, which we are pleased to support again in 2016. If you’re in Cranleigh, please pop by at midday to enjoy live music from singer songwriter Charlotte Maggs, who is performing outside Sundial House. We are also giving away free herb plants!


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