Pay No Tax and Boost Your Pension

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In these uncertain times it is never too late to start taking control of your financial destiny and if you can do it risk free and get the government to pay you to do it, there is no time to lose!

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If you are coming up to retirement age or if you are smart enough to be worrying about your ahead of time, you will no doubt be worried about your pension prospects.

So the prospect of paying no tax and boosting your pension can’t be true right, can it?

Wrong, you can do it and the tax man encourages it.

Here’s what you need to know:

Pensions used to be a secure prospect, but now they seem like a distant mirage for many.

Even if you’ve have paid into a scheme for decades your pension prospects are wracked with uncertainty. Pensions are not only beyond most peoples control but subject to sudden and drastic changes brought on by the economy, rule changes and many suspect manipulation by pension companies themselves.

    • Wouldn’t it be nice if you could control your own pension?
    • Wouldn’t it be nice if the government gave you tax breaks if you had such a pension fund?
    • Wouldn’t it be nice if you could fund it pretty much however and whenever you liked?


It is called a SIPP, a self-invested personal pension. You can open one today. It’s a government scheme designed to empower people to save for their retirement.

The thing that people do not understand is that if you pay into a SIPP the government will refund you a percentage of the money you put in to the SIPP in cash. In theory you could put a lump sum into a SIPP and get back all the tax you paid that year!

This could happen. An inheritance for example could easily achieve this.

But how does that help you with stocks and shares?

You can invest in stocks and shares in a SIPP. The question is, how can you learn to invest like a pro risk free? Simple – you can use the internet.

For example, ADVFN one of the biggest stocks and shares information website in Europe and has all the information you could possibly need to pick shares. The site is FREE for what you need, so no risk there.

The trick is, one of its free features is a portfolio facility that lets you enter investments into it even when you have not actually bought them.  If you thought Vodafone was a good investment you could enter it into the portfolio just like you would if you had actually bought it.

This is called paper trading. No real money is involved. You can pick stocks as if you were really investing for real and track your success or failure as time passes.

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  1. noddy says:

    smells like curry
    smells like curry

  2. Nick Pearce says:

    This is a blatant advert for some financial copany. I’ve been stung yetagain and it always seems to be the bigger companies. I wouldn’t trust a financial service wallah as far as I could spit.

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