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Maintaining the real purchasing value of my Sipp

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Nick Castle, 69



To maintain the real purchasing value of his Sipp's capital


Nick Castle is 69 and has been investing for 25 years. He is trying to maintain the real purchasing value of his self-invested personal pension plan's (Sipp) capital, which amounted to £403,000 at 1 January 2013, so that after drawing down £25,000 12 months later on 1 January 2014, the £403,000 has grown by the cost of living percentage increase, and will do this again each year going forward. He has a moderate attitude to risk.

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