This week in episode 29 of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin talks about how private wealth managers are shunning the moderately rich, why Britain’s ageing population will ruin the budget surplus plan, and how a new blood test could pick up the early signs of dementia.
An article in the FT says consumers need an average of £806,000 to access advice from a private client wealth manager. Martin explains why this is the case and the differences between these services.
An ageing population in Britain could ruin George Osborne’s new budget Surplus Rule. What is the future for our ageing population and what does this mean for the economy?
A new blood test can identify a protein which is significantly lower in people who go on to develop mild cognitive impairment. Martin looks at the research.
Greece is still in the eurozone, for now. Would a Grexit really be such a bad thing? If Greece does exit the single currency, who will be next?
Here are links to everything covered in episode 29 of the Informed Choice Podcast:
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