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How can I cover a £12,000 retirement income shortfall?

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Chris and his partner, 53 and 46

Description

Pensions, Sipp and Isa invested in shares and funds, cash, residential property

Objectives

Retire in seven years on income of £40,000 a year, cover income shortfall of initially £12,000, give children £100,000 for education/homes, leave inheritance to children, cover possible care costs

<p>Pensions, Sipp and Isa invested in shares and funds, cash, residential property</p>
  • These readers want to retire early on an income of £40,000 per year
  • They want to give their children £50,000 each

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