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I'm 52 and want to retire at 55. I have a mortgage, but the interest rate is very low, and a Stock & Shares ISA into which I invest each month. The performance of the Stocks & Shares ISA has been mixed, and I'm nervous about Brexit/Trump/China. Should I pay off my mortgage or keep paying into the Stocks & Shares ISA?

Paul | Glamorgan | 21/05/2019 | 0

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Cash
  • Mortgage
Lesley James's Response

We have just retired to France. Our pensions cover our expenses but we also have £230k which we would like to invest for a monthly income. Could you please explain the low-risk options we might want to consider?

Keith | France | 10/05/2019 | 2

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Online Investment Platforms
  • Pension
David Stone's Response

I have just received a letter from JP Morgan saying that they will no longer offer ISA accounts from the end of September 2019. I have an ISA with them and seem to have a choice of transferring the ISA to another company "as is" or liquidating and reinvesting. Any thoughts?

David | Staffordshire | 09/05/2019 | 0

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Online Investment Platforms
Phoebe Smith's Response

I want to invest £10,000. I cannot see on your website how to do this. Please explain.

Clive | Carmarthenshire | 29/04/2019 | 0

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