Weekly Round-Up – Friday 6th January 2017

Informed Choice Weekly Round-UpHappy New Year! We hope you had a good break over Christmas and have set some meaningful resolutions for the year ahead?

We took a break from our weekly roundup and email newsletter last week, but today we are back with rising price inflation, topical investment commentary, and a trio of inspiring podcast episodes.

Here are some of the things that we covered at Informed Choice this week.

On the blog this week

Price inflation appears to be on the rise, with the cost of food and drink causing essential household spending to grow.

In our latest monthly investment update for January 2017, we look at how the investment markets, global economy and commodity prices are performing.

There is a crisis in adult social care, with local authorities struggling to fund care as our population ages. This national challenge has come to Surrey.

The latest podcast episodes

Have you set your goals and made resolutions for 2017 yet? In this episode, Martin shares his process for reflecting on the previous year and setting goals for the future.

In this episode, Professor Maria Nedeva shares her incredible story about repaying £100,000 of consumer debt in three years.

Here are 7 important questions to ask that could change your relationship with money in 2017.

Informed Choice in the press

What are the cheapest ways to track global stock markets? Martin comments for Money Observer.



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About Martin Bamford

Martin Bamford is a Chartered Financial Planner, Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professional and published personal finance author. He works with elderly clients to provide advice on funding residential care fees, hosts the Informed Choice Podcast and is a keen ultra runner.
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