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Our bumper 100 page March issue is bursting at the seams with great ideas for the Isa season and end of the 2019/20 tax year.
First, we’ve included a full listing of the newly launched Money Observer Rated Funds list for 2020, including funds, trusts and passive alternatives across 15 sectors - a fantastic resource for last-minute Isa and Sipp investments.
Then there’s a special section devoted to ideas around generating an investment income, whether for retirement or to supplement your earned income. In the cover feature, Kyle Caldwell considers how to generate a sustainable regular income from your pension, while we also have stories on this year’s portfolios to generate a £10,000 income (including a review of 2019’s successful portfolio performances) and the pros and cons of the highest-yielding funds.
It’s time once again to get your tax affairs in order, and our tax-year end report includes a round-up of 10 tax-planning tips to help you trim your tax bill both before and after 5 April. Meanwhile, if you’ve been wondering whether to focus your investment plans on your pension or your Isa, our essential guide to the pros and cons of each one should help you decide. We also take a look at VCTs, and examine how despite recent rule changes they can still work well for higher earners.
Enjoy the read - hopefully it’ll prove a valuable one for your finances!