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Pensions & SIPPs

Pensions vs Isas for passing money to your family

By Kate Beioley , 15 January 2015

We take a look at the changes to death taxes on pensions and individual savings accounts

Pensions vs Isas for passing money to your family

For sale: Unwanted annuity

The pensions minister wants investors to be able to sell their annuities. But who is going to buy your annuity leftovers? And will you get a decent price?


I want to pass my Sipp assets to my daughters

Our reader wants to will the assets in his 'surplus' self-invested personal pension to his two daughters. Our experts say this will change the risk profile for the investments

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