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I'm thinking of moving into a drawdown SIPP, taking my 25% and leaving the rest invested until I need a regular income in my mid 60s. I am trying to find a financial adviser willing to review my plans, but they all want an ongoing relationship. Where can I find an adviser who will do a one off review? Also I am unsure whether financial investment protection is per fund or per SIPP.

Susan | London | 16/07/2019 | 1

  • Private Pension
  • Pension
  • Workplace Pension
Catherine Morgan's Response

I have an inheritance to invest of £150,000. I am not paying into a pension at the moment but have £125,000 in my pension pot, and have fairly substantial money in Stocks and Shares ISAs. Should I put more into stocks and shares over a 10 year period, add to my pension funds, or invest in bricks and mortar with no mortgage?

Mark | West Midlands | 12/07/2019 | 3

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Workplace Pension
  • Mortgage
Simon Bullock's Response

If I allow the transfer of my Baillie Gifford Scottish Mortgage Trust ISA, will it just go into a bigger Hargreaves Lansdown ISA pot? Meaning that when Hargreaves Lansdown as a whole falls, my investment is worth less?

John | Lothian | 12/07/2019 | 3

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David Stone's Response

I am looking at consolidating my different pension pots. My main concern is - will I lose out by transferring my Civil Service pension to a new place? By the way, I am loving Boring Money! I’m really keen to start taking control of my finances and it’s proving so helpful... not making me feel like a clown for not understanding all the financial faffery! Thanks!

Hannah | Herefordshire | 08/07/2019 | 0

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