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In 1988 I opted out of SERPS and proceeded to set up a With-Profits Personal Pension Plan with Equitable Life. Fast forward to now and I've recently received a 'proposal' from Eq Life. I don't really understand whether this is a proposal I should give my approval to as I don't understand whether I will potentially gain or lose from the changes stated.

Tori | Buckinghamshire | 04/07/2019 | 2

  • Private Pension
Zoë Dagless's Response

I am thinking of setting up a SIPP to diversify my investments and spread the risk. I'm nervous about doing my own investments, so I don't really know where to begin. Are there SIPPs which do it for you? Or if not, should I continue investing in my previous workplace pension?

Holly | Sussex | 03/07/2019 | 0

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Workplace Pension
Lesley James's Response

I am not a tax payer as I do not work. Will the Government pay any money into my private pension?

Mrs Khan | Essex | 02/07/2019 | 0

  • Private Pension
Anna Sofat's Response

I can't decide between getting a Junior ISA with a robo investor like Wealthify, or investing via Interactive Investor with an investment trust for my son's JISA. I want to invest ethically and am happy to research investment trusts myself. The fees seem similar and both have fund managers. What should I do?

Rick | Sussex | 01/07/2019 | 2

  • Junior ISA
  • Sustainable Investing
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