pension mortgage

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pension mortgage

n
(Banking & Finance) an arrangement whereby a person takes out a mortgage and pays the capital repayment instalments into a pension fund and the interest to the mortgagee. The loan is repaid out of the tax-free lump sum proceeds of the pension plan on the borrower's retirement
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A Pension Mortgages were sold mainly in the 1980s and 90s due to the tax relief associated with pensions - paying into a pension is, for some people, a potentially attractive way to build up a lump sum that can be used to pay off an interest-only mortgage loan.
Q I am almost 60 and now find that my pension mortgage is not going to repay all my interest-only mortgage.
However, this never really transpired and pension mortgages, where the loan was repaid from the tax free lump sum at retirement, also fell out of favour.
These days you can take your pick from Fixed Rate, Variable Rate, Discount Off The Variable Rate, Capped Mortgages, PEP Mortgages, there are even Pension Mortgages.
William's Life Pension Mortgages and Insurance Services of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, failed to comply with two rulings.
With endowment and pension mortgages you repay the interest every month while making a second payment into an endowment fund or pension plan.
Pension mortgages are tax-efficient in that all contributions are tax deductible at your top tax rate.
The biggest advantage of pension mortgages is that they are extremely "tax efficient", providing customers with double tax relief.
That faces competition from PEP and pension mortgages where you invest in a PEP or pension plan instead.