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“ Just had this email: <a href="https://www.cavendishonline.co.uk/pensions/pension-platform-charges-lowered" rel="nofollow">https://www.cavendishonline.co.uk/pensions/pension-platform-charges-lowered</a> Still expensive for larger funds when there are some fixed fee offerings - think I need t...

“ Just had this email: <a href="https://www.cavendishonline.co.uk/pensions/pension-platform-charges-lowered" rel="nofollow">https://www.cavendishonline.co.uk/pensions/pension-platform-charges-lowered</a> Still expensive for larger funds when there are some fixed fee offerings - think I need t...

“ Why ask? Would you move your whole S&S ISA just for that benefit? Few platforms allow partial transfer of S&S ISAs. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72232428#post72232428" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by masonic ” Because I am thinking of moving it...

“ £11000 - £7243 = £3757. So you can draw down that much tax-exposed (but in fact paying no tax once you've alerted HMRC), plus the corresponding bit of TFLS, to wit £1252. Total = £5009 Check: 1252/5009 = 0.25. OK. You can contribute £7243 gross, so the amount you hand over (i.e. the &...

“ Fidelity charge on ongoing fee based on all assets inside your ISA. It is not an ideal product to hold cash. If all your ISA is in the cash park, you could simply move it to a cash ISA that would not have any explicit charges. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72232320#post72232320" rel="nofollow"...

CASH PARK Interest Sue58

I am currently with Fidelity for my S&S Isa's and I have some money set aside in the Cash Park account but this does not have any interest, in fact I have lost about £26 on the amount recently. Does anybody know of a platform that does pay interest on money in the Cash Park or at least does not...

“ £11000 - £7243 = £3757. So you can draw down that much tax-exposed (but in fact paying no tax once you've alerted HMRC), plus the corresponding bit of TFLS, to wit £1252. Total = £5009 Check: 1252/5009 = 0.25. OK. You can contribute £7243 gross, so the amount you hand over (i.e. the &...

“ You can start to drawdown from age 55. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72215397#post72215397" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by MPN ” Do you know how much I could drawdown that would keep me within my personal allowance (my salary was £7243)?

UFPLS Drawdown Sue58

I am 56 and self employed, working part time and for the year ending 5 April 2016 I earned £7243 - can I drawdown from my £135K pension fund via UFPLS for the balance of my personal allowance? Secondly, I continue to pay £2880 a year into my pension fund to obtain the £720 from the government. P...

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