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Can this 66-year-old retire on a high natural yield?

Our reader wants to draw the natural yield from his Sipp as a pension

Our reader is 66 and has been investing for seven years. He holds all his funds within a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) worth £1,623,000. He hopes to generate a return of 6-7 per cent a year and to draw the natural yield from his Sipp annually as a pension. This is currently £80,000 a year.

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Anonymous 66

Self invested personal pension (Sipp)


Return of 6-7 per cent a year

His returns in the past five years have been as follows: 8 per cent in 2015; 9 per cent in 2014; 17 per cent in 2013; 16 per cent in 2012; and nil in 2011.

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