Week in review: Friday 17th April 2015
We hope you’ve had an excellent week.
In our latest podcast episode, we discuss some interesting new research about how good looks might influence investment risk.
It transpired that Nick doesn’t yet qualify for a free bus pass, despite celebrating his 60th birthday last month. What other free stuff can you get when you’re 60?
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The Conservatives launched their election manifesto this week and it featured a new pledge on inheritance tax. Shelley explains how this might work and how it would be funded by cutting pension tax relief for higher earnings.
Lifelong Tory voter with working class roots, Nick sets out his wish list for the perfect political party. Who on earth should he vote for?
The Informed Choice team pokes some harmless fun at Nick after discovering he doesn’t quite qualify for a free bus pass, just yet.
Martin examines how each political party might approach the thorny subject of pensions, should then win or share power following the general election next month.
This week in episode 19 of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin explains why good looking men encourage average looking men to take more risk with their money. He welcomes Japan to the Noflation Club and celebrates a rise in the number of CFP professionals.
Nick writes for Money Marketing magazine about the importance of reviewing consistent systems and processes in light of the new pension freedom rules.