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Richard Evans is one of Britain’s leading investment commentators and an expert on the enormous range of funds – such as unit trusts and investment trusts – available to individual savers.
His knowledge has been largely amassed through one-on-one interviews with fund managers and other professional investors over the course of many years.
With a particular interest in sustainable ... Read more on Richard Evans
Richard Dyson is a prize-winning financial journalist with a 20-year career writing for many of Britain’s leading media groups and specialist investor titles, including the Express, Mail on Sunday, Investors Chronicle, and the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph.
He was previously Head of Personal Finance at the Telegraph Media Group, where he oversaw all the personal finance and investment ... Read more on Richard Dyson
Got a pension? Need an income in retirement? Read this book. Andy Bell, founder of low-cost broker AJ Bell
This book details the best ways to use your accumulated capital when it's time to retire. Peter Hargreaves, co-founder of Hargreaves Landsown - Britain's biggest investment service.
"Learn how to invest your money so it lasts your lifetime by reading Your Retirement Salary". Daily Mail
The Daily Telegraph
Now a "1pc rule" has been introduced to solve the problem by former head of Telegraph Money Richard Dyson and Questor editor Richard Evans in their new book Your Retirement Salary.
The authors ...
Upon inspection, the “save half your age” rule fails to deliver – and it is not alone. Last week we reported that the “4pc rule”, which says you can safely withdraw 4pc of your pension a ...Read more
The Vision of the Pension Playpen
Richard Dyson & Richard Evans, the Daily Telegraph’s senior personal finance journalists, have written a book.
I like the title “Your retirement salary” , the book is about creating a wage ...
Personal finance experts Richard Evans and Richard Dyson give readers everything they need to know to generate an income to last them throughout retirement.
For those who have retired under the ...
The Daily Mail
Four years ago, the Government brought in a rule change that had dramatic consequences for retirees.
The reforms, known as 'pension freedoms', gave savers unprecedented flexibility around how they ...