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I am 52 with money languishing in a low savings account. Now I'm neurotic about entering into Stocks and Shares, due to seeing how many investors have exited the stock market thanks to Brexit, and with companies going bust etc. But I need to make my money work for me as my pension pot is low. Can I put the money into an Instant Access ISA and drip feed this into a Stocks and Shares ISA?

Helen | London | 09/04/2019 | 1

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Cash
Lesley James's Response

I'm in my very early 20s, and earning well. I have no debts or dependants. I have a Stocks and Shares ISA, and am weighing up the pros and cons of a General Investment Account vs a Private Pension. What should I keep in mind?

Cecily | Berkshire | 08/04/2019 | 0

  • Private Pension
  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Lifetime ISA
  • GIA
  • Workplace Pension
Tommy Watson's Response

I've got a Stock and Shares ISA with Moneybox. I recently invested a lump sum with them, and I'm making regular weekly investments. When I invested, the share price was quite high. Should I have drip fed money into the account rather than depositing a lump sum?

Tim | West Midlands | 05/04/2019 | 1

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
Mark Dampier's Response

Our 16 year old son has inherited a significant sum. He wants to go to Drama School and pursue a career in acting, which we know means he is likely to be low paid/short of cash. I wondered how best to help him organise his savings/investments to help fund him through drama school/the early years, whilst trying to discourage him from simply dipping into his capital?

Mo | West Sussex | 04/04/2019 | 4

  • Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Junior ISA
  • Inheritance
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