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The cost of a comfortable retirement has risen over the past year, but what does it take to achieve it? Will he get it?
As the Pensions and Life Savings Association updates its annual analysis of how much income people need for a minimum, moderate or comfortable retirement, Georgie Frost, Lee Boyce and Simon Lambert look at what it all means for you.
If a comfortable retirement costs a couple £59,000 a year and a moderate one £43,000, which are they likely to achieve? Is there any important part that is left out of the costs?
The team looks at the cost of retirement, why it might not be as expensive as it first appears, how to invest for retirement and what kind of support the state pension will provide.
Also, why is our top rate of income tax 60 per cent, and aren’t the biggest winners hitting it on your next pay rise, and is there any hope that Jeremy Hunt will be the chancellor who finally does something about regard?
There are arguments in favor of not just reducing stamp duty but eliminating it altogether.
And an interview with a modern business legend. Simon speaks to easyJet and easyGroup founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ionnou about how he founded and developed the airline and about its Young Entrepreneur Awards.
The PLSA costs the different types of retirement: Will you reach the one you want?