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Anthony Bean, 53, of Ruislip invested in a Property Bond using his pension fund 5 years ago and recently received his return on investment – a whopping 90% gain in profit and all tax free! During the day, Anthony is the director of successful Ealing
Startups are essential for the progression and evolution of many of today’s industries, but this, of course, requires the necessary funding. In this post, we’ll talk about how to grow your startup business using a Small Self Administered Scheme (SSAS) pension fund. In an era
Featured in Your Property Investors News magazine in January 2019: Following redundancy in 2016 Andy Tunstall had a choice to make. Either he could source another position in the corporate world or become a full-time property investor with his wife. Of course, he chose property!
Trevor Cutmore, renowned for his successful property training courses run through his company Table of Twelve, has found new property success using his old pensions to buy and invest for substantial tax-free gains. “For many years I have been in control of my business
The modern business world is more advanced and competitive than it has ever been before, much of which is thanks to the consistent evolution and success of small businesses. With that said, the little guys of the industry often fall short of large organisations when
In the UK, pension systems largely fall within one of two buckets. There’s the State Pension, which you pay into throughout your working life with a deduction to your salary, and a private pension, which is self-managed. In many ways, they could also be called
Marion Ralson, executive Property & Pension Investment Success Story Marion Ralson of Oxfordshire decided to invest her £90,000 pension in property 5 years ago, and now looking back over this time, she can’t believe how much money she has made. A very pleased Marion
Most workers in the UK are automatically enrolled on a pension scheme by their employer, in a process known as auto-enrolment. But those relying on their workplace pension might discover that they haven’t saved enough to retire comfortably. What Exactly Is the Workplace Pension?
45% of people aged 45 to 65 put nothing into their pension pot each month, according to a representative survey of 328 people in the United Kingdom commissioned by The Landlord’s Pension. Another 28.8% put just £100 or less into their pension each month, meaning
The Landlord’s Pension have always been great advocates of individuals taking control of their own pension funds and investing these funds as they see fit, rather than leaving that decision to a fund manager or insurance company. We have helped over 1,000 people do just
Substantial fees are normally what you can expect when it comes to SIPP or SSAS pension planning, unless of course you take control of the process and do it yourself just like entrepreneur, Maneesh Patel. Maneesh Patel, entrepreneur Having been presented with some proposals that
Zena Robinson, property investor Property & Pension Investment Success Story Four years ago, property investor Zena Robinson (then 56 years old), decided to transfer her Legal & General stocks and shares pension to a SIPP so that she could invest in property. The motivation