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Can we buy a second property and generate our target retirement income?

These investors ability to meet their desired retirement income will depend on how much they spend on property
Can we buy a second property and generate our target retirement income?

 

  • These investors want a joint retirement income of £70,000 to £80,000 a year, and to move to a larger home and rent out a second property
  • Their assets should be able to generate their target income, although this will depend on how much they spend on property
  • They need to cut their number of investments
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James and his wife 57
Description

Pensions, Isas and trading accounts invested in shares and funds, cash, residential property.

Objectives

Stop/reduce work at age 60, travel and have comfortable retirement, joint retirement income of £70,000 to £80,000 a year, build larger home, rent out a second property, manage pensions lifetime allowance, sell business, draw on assets tax efficiently, simplify portfolios.

Portfolio type
Investing for goals

James and his wife are age 57 and have grown-up children. They run their own businesses, and he earns around £42,000 and his wife earns around £15,000 a year, which covers their day-to-day expenses. Their home is valued at about £1.25m and has a mortgage of £10,000 remaining.

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