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Guardian's Simplistic Take On Sipps

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'Commentators have talked breathlessly about how the well-off will enjoy an effective 40% discount on a second home. However, for many people it will actually be even better than that. As we show here, the new rules mean a high earner will effectively be able to shell out just £114,000 of his or her own cash to buy a £250,000 house. And if they then rent the house out, all the rental income is tax-free and invested back into the pension fund, further boosting their retirement nest-egg.'

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SIPPS have been done to death in this forum.......arguing about what effect they'll have on the market.....

IMO anything that encourages more investment in property is a bad thing.......!...........and anything discouraging it is a good thing..........So SIPPS suck......Like Stakeholder pensions they're aimed at average earners but only the well off will realise sizeable benefits........

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