Week in review: 24th July 2015
Our podcast this week looks at the ten principles for an ideal retirement, a rather expensive new retirement community opening in London, and why investment fund managers are increasing the cash balances in their funds.
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The introduction of a cap on care fees will be delayed until 2020, following an announcement from the Department of Health. What does this mean for your care fees planning.
It’s money rather than health which worries people in their 50s most about retirement, according to this new survey from Retirement Advantage.
According to the EY ITEM Club, George Osborne’s economic plans are ‘risky’ and could contribute to a slowdown in UK economic growth. But the state of the UK economy is currently strong as a result of low inflation.
In episode 33 of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin talks about the ten principles for the ideal retirement, a rather expensive new retirement community opening in London, and why investment fund managers are increasing the cash balances in their funds.
Martin comments for FundWeb on the departure of high-profile fund manager Richard Plackett from the BlackRock UK Special Situations fund.
Nick comments for FT Adviser on the departure of Financial Conduct Authority chief executive Martin Wheatley.