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I am a self-employed 55 year old, with only a state pension. What can I do to increase my money for retirement?

Sandra | Dumfries and Galloway | 21/05/2019 | 1

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Lifetime ISA
  • State Pension
  • Pension
  • Workplace Pension
Helena Wardle's Response

I currently have a Stocks & Shares ISA and a Junior ISA with Wealthsimple. I am considering changing these to Vanguard, but I am unsure if transferring across providers is a simple process. Also can you only pay into one of each type of ISA per year?

Philip | County Antrim | 21/05/2019 | 0

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Junior ISA
Tommy Watson's Response

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
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