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By Anthony Vice

Is there a pensions hindrance? definite! 16m humans (half the united kingdom staff) are dealing with retirement poverty i.e. surviving on below forty consistent with cent in their pre-retirement source of revenue. executive reviews that 3m everyone is heavily under-saving, and as much as 10m aren't saving adequate. at present 2.75m pensioners (mainly girls) are already at poverty point. via 2050, seventy five according to cent of pensioners will face capacity checking out for country merits.

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In this situation, a single person without dependants is in effect subsidising the married members, so that a switch to a SIPP could bring a financial benefit. SiWMftY Stakeholder pensions give you a subsidy: you pay net after deducting standard rate of tax, now 22%, so that the basic stakeholder policy of £3,600 a year costs you £2,808. Consider a stakeholder policy for your spouse who pays no tax or low tax, and so will benefit from pension income. Think about stakeholder policies for your children, set up by their grandparents, godparents or friends.

The maximum pension contribution he can make, and get tax relief, is therefore 35% of £105,600, which amounts to £39,960. SOLVING THE PROBLEM The single key proposal to ensure a reasonable pension is that you build up your ISA portfolio and then switch this portfolio into a pension contribution, probably spread over five years, before you retire. Under the new rules, you can invest as much as you want in the year you retire, but higher rate tax relief is limited to earnings. There are three elements in this operation: first, your ISAs are free from tax; second, your pension contributions are taxdeductible; and third, you can cash in 25% of your pension.

Sadly, clarity has suffered in the Chancellor's march and countermarch. There are still concerns that existing trusts could suffer, along with trusts set up for people who face losing the ability to run their own affairs through illness and the numerous trusts set up by grandparents for grandchildren. THE S E C O N D STEP - W O R K OUT A S T R A T E G Y 19 The practical advice has to be: if the assets in your trust have reached £250,000 or so - less than the value of an average house in south-east England - or if you think they are likely to get there, then you need to take professional advice.

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