Figuring out the size of pension pot you'll need for a comfortable retirement, as well as what accounts for healthy pension growth, is a tricky business. In just a few easy steps, our pension calculator tool can give you an estimate of the income you can expect in retirement, and how long it could last before running out. Many people don't know how much money they should be contributing to their pension pot on a monthly basis, and at what age they can hope to retire. Our tool will tell you: How much income you will need in retirement Your final pension pot based on contributions How much income you could receive from an annuity including your state pension How old you will be when your pot runs out if you choose income drawdown Our tool also takes into account interest rates, inflation, pension management charges, and how your state pension will influence your annuity/ drawdown Use this to help you plan for a safe and happy retirement. By adjusting options such as … [Read more...] about Annuity vs drawdown calculator: Which is best for your pension?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | One Man vs. McKinsey: A Billionaire Says the Consultancy Has Rigged the Bankruptcy System Advertisement Supported by ByMary Williams Walsh April 11, 2019 You can’t have divided loyalties when guiding a company through bankruptcy. If you’re helping it cut debt, you can’t be its lender. If you’re auctioning off its assets, you can’t put in a bid. Those rules are in place because the bankruptcy system — what seems like a grim realm of destitution — is actually a place for hope and opportunity. If the game is played fairly, lenders can be predictably compensated, failing businesses can be restructured and revived, and jobs can be saved. Jay Alix knows the regulations better than most. He has spent decades remaking companies after starting an accounting firm in … [Read more...] about One Man vs. McKinsey: A Billionaire Says the Consultancy Has Rigged the Bankruptcy System
There are many perks of being the head honcho, but the toll of pursuing success in entrepreneurship can also be enormous if you don’tÂ protect your biggest asset: your well-being. Below are 10 common health issues entrepreneurs face: 1. Depression: In a recent landmark study by Dr. Michael Freeman, a clinical professor at UCSF and entrepreneur, 49% of the more than 240 entrepreneurs surveyed reported having a mental-health condition, with depression as the No. 1 reported condition among them. 2. Anxiety: Dr. Freeman’s study also indicated that 27% of entrepreneurs surveyed indicated issues with anxiety. That’s more than the whole U.S. population, (at a rate of 18.1%.) 3. Addiction: Recent research has found that habitual entrepreneurs display symptoms of behavioral addiction similar to other traditional behavioral addictions, such as gambling or internet usage. Symptoms can include obsessive thoughts and sometimes there are negative emotional … [Read more...] about 10 Common Health Issues Entrepreneurs Face
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump likes to describe the state of the union as he wants it to be, not how it really is. In day-to-day comments, he routinely inflates the magnitude of what he’s done, grandly claiming, for example, that he’s “created the greatest economic success in the history of our country.” Or he’ll rewrite a campaign promise on the spot — asserting he never meant Mexico will pay for his border wall directly; “obviously they’re not going to write a check.” The State of the Union address, though, is a different species than most political rhetoric and a whole different animal than Trump’s visceral tweets. It’s carefully prepared, thematic in nature and light on raw, “lock-her-up” partisanship. Those touchstones are likely to be reflected in Trump’s speech to Congress on Tuesday night. Still, Trump’s State of the Union speech a year ago wandered from reality. He … [Read more...] about Separating fact vs fiction in Trump’s State of the Union
By Henry Fernandez Published January 31, 2019 Election FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Eric Cantor on 2020 presidential election: Setting up to be a real fight between capitalism and socialism Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, (R-Va.), on the debate over border wall funding and the 2020 presidential race. Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said on Thursday that the 2020 presidential race is gearing up to be a battle between capitalism and socialism orchestrated by the Democratic field. Continue Reading Below “I think it's setting up the election to be a real fight between capitalism and socialism,” he said. “President Trump is going to carry the flag to say 'you know free markets, capitalism has done well for America,'” he told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto on "Cavuto: Coast to Coast." MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM SOCIAL SECURITY EXPANSION PUSH GAINING STEAM AMONG DEMOCRATS … [Read more...] about 2020 presidential race: Socialism vs. capitalism