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Retirement Income

How to use Isas to improve your pension drawdown income

By Moira O'Neill , 25 June 2014

Drawdown investors can use their basic rate tax bands to the maximum and invest the surplus in Isas to improve overall income. Here's an example of how it's done.

How to use Isas to improve your pension drawdown income

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