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    • GSP
    • By GSP 6th Feb 18, 6:03 PM
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    S&S ISA's - How Much Do These Pay?
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    • 6th Feb 18, 6:03 PM
    S&S ISA's - How Much Do These Pay? 6th Feb 18 at 6:03 PM
    Been reading the best thing to do with your pension fund is to move it as quickly as possible into these.
    What is this product? Does it pay a regular low positive rate or open to volatile swings in the markets.
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    • ajbell
    • By ajbell 6th Feb 18, 6:29 PM
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    Stocks and shares so what do you think?.
    Who said move it in to these as quickly as possible?.
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    Been reading the best thing to do with your pension fund is to move it as quickly as possible into these.
    Really? Where have you been reading that? Pensions beat ISAs in probably the majority of scenarios.

    Does it pay a regular low positive rate or open to volatile swings in the markets.
    you can put around 30,000 different types of investments in an ISA. And a near infinite variation/combination.
    I am an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA). Comments are for discussion purposes only. They are not financial advice. Different people have different needs and what is right for one person may not be for another. If you feel an area discussed may be relevant to you, then please seek advice from an Independent Financial Adviser local to you.
    • TARDIS
    • By TARDIS 6th Feb 18, 6:40 PM
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    An ISA is just a tax free wrapper for stocks and shares, cash, peer to peer lending etc
    • GSP
    • By GSP 6th Feb 18, 6:46 PM
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    Thanks for your replies.
    Jamesd suggested moving money out due to possible LTA penalties.
    • TARDIS
    • By TARDIS 6th Feb 18, 6:57 PM
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    • 6th Feb 18, 6:57 PM
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    • 6th Feb 18, 6:57 PM
    Thanks for your replies.
    Jamesd suggested moving money out due to possible LTA penalties.
    Originally posted by GSP
    Whilst im not saying that Jamesd is wrong, this may not be the best option for you. From memory I think Jamesd is a very experienced investor who has developed tax minimisation into a fine art, that most of us mere mortals would never attempt (personally the idea of VCTs terrify me)

    Given the level of your initial question I think you may be someone who would benefit from seeing an IFA. If not I suggest spending a few weeks (or months) reading up on this before doing anything you may later regret.
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