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The Government has now confirmed details of its proposed overhaul of the pension system. The key elements of the plans begin with the minimum pension age increasing to 57 from 2028, and the state pension age rising to 67 at the same time, which will affect those born after March 1973.
By understanding which investments are the most tax-efficient, you can make the most of your options to minimise how much tax you pay. As well as deciding what to invest in, you need to think about how you’re going to hold your investments. Choosing tax-efficient investments will often mean you’re able to keep a higher proportion of any returns you make.
A new Lifetime Individual Savings Account (ISA) was introduced in the last budget. You can save up to £4,000 each year, and receive a government bonus of 25% – that’s a bonus of up to £1,000 a year. You can use some or all of the money to buy your first home, or keep it until you’re 60 – it’s up to you.