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Simple Low Cost Option

Simple Low Cost Option

Jennifer is 42 and self-employed. She has had a very profitable year and wishes to make a lump sum contribution into pension to offset against her tax liability and improve her retirement funding.

Client Circumstances

  • Wishes to make £30,000 gross single contribution
  • 40% tax payer
  • Various older and highly charged private pensions
  • Too much paperwork
  • Wants simple arrangements
  • Wants little ongoing involvement

Recommended Solutions

  • Make contribution to new low cost stakeholder pension
  • Consider, if appropriate, consolidation of older plans into new Stakeholder pension

Benefits from advice given

  • New, low cost, arrangement
  • 20% Income Tax relief at source
  • Further 20% Income Tax relief via tax return
  • Minimal paperwork and administration
  • Potential to reduce cost of older plans if consolidated

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