Should I overpay my mortgage or pension? Are ISAs or SIPPs the best tax-efficient wrapper? Is buying backdated state pension contributions a good deal? How do I decide whether to sell, hold or buy more of an underperforming fund? Kyle is joined by Alice Guy, personal finance editor at interactive investor, to help tackle your questions.
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Please remember, investment value can go up or down and you could get back less than you invest. If you’re in any doubt about the suitability of a stocks & shares ISA, you should seek independent financial advice. The tax treatment of this product depends on your individual circumstances and may change in future. If you are uncertain about the tax treatment of the product you should contact HMRC or seek independent tax advice.
Important information – SIPPs are aimed at people happy to make their own investment decisions. Investment value can go up or down and you could get back less than you invest. You can normally only access the money from age 55 (57 from 2028). We recommend seeking advice from a suitably qualified financial adviser before making any decisions. Pension and tax rules depend on your circumstances and may change in future.