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    jayoh
    Releasing pension funds
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    • 7th Aug 08, 11:11 AM
    Releasing pension funds 7th Aug 08 at 11:11 AM
    Hi, may be a silly question therefore please forgive my ignorance...

    I have a pension which i have been paying into now for a couple of years. However, I also have a seperate one that i paid into for a little whilst in my previous job which currently only holds about 3500 in it.

    I know this is probably a question people ask all the time and i'm sure the answer is always no... but is there any way I can get at that 3500? as in cold hard cash and not transferring it across to my current one?! :confused:

    Would be the ideal solution in paying off my credit card and becoming completely debt-free (well apart from the cr*ppy NR mortgage I have that is!) - But i'm guessing life just isn't that easy?!

    Your advice would be hugely appreciated, Thanks
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