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Is my retirement dream of £250,000 a year realistic?

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Darragh, 56

Description

Sipp, Isas and general investment accounts invested in funds and shares, cash, residential property. 

Objectives

Retire at age 60 on an annual income of £250,000, grow income and value of investments in line with inflation, grow Sipp, pass on assets at current value to children, mitigate IHT.

<p>Sipp, Isas and general investment accounts invested in funds and shares, cash, residential property.&nbsp;</p>
  • This reader wants to retire in four years on an income of £250,000 a year
  • His investments may not be able to provide this much
  • He should consider taking less in some years

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