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I'm nearly 30 and looking to open a private ready made pension, and also an investment ISA for retirement funds or towards a property, but very unsure what risk level to choose (low to medium, or medium to high)? Any comments or advice welcome.

Susan | WMD | 24/07/2018 | 1

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
Cherry Reynard's Response

My wife needs to set up a SIPP with a good value, low cost, low maintenance underlying investment portfolio. We want a good mobile app from a well respected provider. Where can we see the options and directly compare historic returns so we can make a decision?

Guy | HRT | 17/07/2018 | 1

  • Private Pension
  • Pension
Richard Allum, MD, The Paraplanners's Response

Nutmeg require a minimum investment of £5,000. As I have less than £5,000 per annum income I am a bit confused about how much I can put into a pension. I know the government will only gross up a maximum of £2,880 per year but can I put more than this in and forgo the gross up?

Barbara | HRT | 10/07/2018 | 1

  • Robo Adviser
Richard Allum, MD, The Paraplanners's Response

I hope you can help. I recently consolidated two modest pensions into a SIPP in readiness to start UPFLS drawdown in May (2018). Whilst I was hoping for growth in my investments I wasn’t expecting it to rocket and now find I could well be looking at exceeding the lifetime allowance, possibly even before my first annual drawdown in May, and I’m unsure what, if anything, I should do.

John | LDN | 03/07/2018 | 1

  • Private Pension
  • Funds
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