Weekly Round-Up – Friday 13th January 2017
Here are some of the things that we covered at Informed Choice this week.
On the blog this week
A new study carried out by the insurer Aegon has found only 8% of people currently speak to a financial adviser before making important financial decisions.
The devil’s advocate approach to strategic planning makes a lot of sense. Here’s why.
The latest podcast episodes
Our podcast episodes this week covered two different generations.
In this conversation with Sophie Robson, Martin learns about Generation Austerity and the barriers they face when accessing financial services.
Martin also speaks to Tim Drake, author of the new book Generation Cherry, about living a life of meaning, variety and fulfilment in retirement.
Before you go
Halsbury’s Statutes are updated texts of every English law. When a volume of these books became redundant, 27 artists responded to a call from the Sidney Nolan Trust to transform them into works of art.
We are pleased to be sponsoring a private view on Wednesday 15th February of Re-imagining the Laws of England, a touring exhibition visiting Cranleigh Arts Centre.
If you would like to attend as our guest, and have the opportunity to meet some of the artists involved in this project, please let us know.