How will you spend your private pension lump sum?
If you’re 55 or over on 6th April 2015, you can withdraw 25% of your private pension as a lump sum, tax free. Have you thought what you might do with your nest egg?
Choose one of our top 10 suggestions or tell us what else you have planned.
|Go on the holiday of a lifetime|
|Buy a new car|
|Pay off the mortgage|
|Give it to my grandchildren for their education/deposit for a property|
|Help my children with a special purchase (like a car)|
|Invest it to generate income|
|Use it for a deposit on a property in the sun|
|Leave my job and start the business I always dreamt of|
|Use it to backpack around the world until the money runs out|
|Update your kitchen or bathroom?|
Do you have any comments?
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