Pension or Alternative?

Have you ever thought of using an ISA to provide a tax-efficient income in retirement?

A pension is often considered the number one way to save for retirement, but using an ISA to provide an income can offer:
- Tax-free income
- Leave pension funds, which generally sit outside your estate for inheritance tax purposes intact for future use or to leave a legacy.
- Another option for those who have reached their Lifetime Allowance (now set at £1 million).

What about those who have a threshold income in excess of £110000 and an adjusted net income above £150000 and have seen the effect of your annual contribution allowance reduced?

Or perhaps you have triggered your money purchased annual allowance (MPAA) and can now only contribute £10000 per annum into your pension fund?

The solution may be a Venture Capital Trust (VCT) with an annual contribution allowance of £200000 and the potential of up to 30% income tax relief and tax free dividends.

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