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Can I continue to invest in my SIPP after retirement?

The amount you can pay into a personal pension each year is limited by your earnings. If you are a UK resident under the age of 75, you can contribute up to £2,880 a year, whether you are working or not, and with tax relief at 20%, the total contribution will be £3,600. 

Submitted on 17th May 2019

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The extent and value of any SIPP tax advantages or benefits will vary according to the individual's circumstances. The levels and bases of taxation may also change. If your options change regarding an employer's pension scheme you may wish to review your financial situation. Once in a pension your money is only accessible, in general, from age 55.

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