Weekly Round-Up – Friday 2nd 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

In our latest monthly investment update for September 2016, we look at how the investment markets, global economy and commodity prices are performing.

Falling gilt yields following the EU referendum result in June have pushed annuity rates even further down. Has drawdown become the default retirement income option?

Nick turned agony uncle this week to address a question from a slightly hard of understanding senior economist; pension or property?

Private education costs have soared in recent years, making the outlay a significant area of expenditure for many parents. Shelley tackles this thorny subject.

Finding the right Financial Planner for you can be hard work. Nick has come up with ten characteristics to help you find your perfect adviser.

The government has published a new Dementia Atlas which has revealed care inequality across England. Martin explains how this new atlas works and how it will help people living with dementia, and their families, better understand what ‘good’ looks like.

The latest podcast episodes

When you’re young and know you need to invest for the future, how do you get started? That’s the topic for our main podcast episode this week, with Martin sharing his 7 top tips for saving for tomorrow, today.

In our interview episode, Martin spoke to Daniel Ameduri from Future Money Trends about making the choice to be rich.


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