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I have a small pension which I have not drawn on yet, and I am seriously thinking about cashing it in, as I’m worried Brexit will mean substantial losses. Would I be better off just leaving it where it is?

Anne | South Yorkshire | 19/06/2019 | 0

  • Pension
Helena Wardle's Response

My son has a savings plan with Witan Jump that is now being closed and transferred to Hargreaves Lansdown. However, Hargreaves informs me that I cannot transfer all the money (£26,000) into a Junior ISA account, because it's more than the £20,000 yearly ISA allowance. I would like to keep the remaining money invested, but would appreciate some advice as to how I could invest it for my son.

Isabella | Kent | 19/06/2019 | 0

  • Junior ISA
Lesley James's Response

I have put the full allowance into my daughter's JISA. If for some reason I passed away, would the amount over £3000 per year be liable for inheritance tax?

PB | Derby | 18/06/2019 | 2

  • Junior ISA
  • Inheritance
Tommy Watson's Response

I have opened my first Stocks and Shares ISA, and have a company pension on the new standard 5%/3% contributions. I have enough easy access savings to cover emergencies so I was wondering what would be a next good step, add to S&S ISA or open a SIPP for retirement?

Kevin | Strathclyde | 14/06/2019 | 10

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Cash
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