SIPP Investments – Invest in Property With Your Pension
- Do you have any old Pension Arrangements?
- Would You like to decide where Your pension fund is invested?
- Would you like to have all your funds in one place?
- Would you like the option to put your funds into a wider variety of Investments?
- Would you like a more Proactive service from your pension provider?
- Have you been Dissatisfied with your Current Pension Performance?
- Are you Worried about not having enough income when you retire?
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SIPP stands for Self Invested Personal Pension
Arguably the most prominent pension success story in recent years has been the popularity of the SIPP. SIPPs have grown in popularity despite traditional pensions hitting the headlines for usually the wrong reasons.
A SIPP is a form of personal pension scheme which gives you the freedom to choose and manage your own investments. It’s a pension vehicle for people who desire more control over their funds, allowing them to decide which investments are appropriate to them specifically, rather than their investments being managed within a pooled fund chosen by a third party.
So, most types of pension funds can be transferred into a SIPP, these would include: final salary pensions, personal pensions, ‘contracted out’ of SERPS funds (also know as ‘protected rights’). Personal contributions can also be made into a SIPP on a regular or lump sum basis.
A SIPP works in the same way as a conventional personal pension scheme in that it is a highly tax efficient savings plan and you benefit from tax relief on personal contributions. With many pension schemes underperforming in recent years, increasingly, people are taking a more proactive approach to retirement planning. By structuring some or all of your pension funds under a SIPP, you get control, diversification and flexibility.
We can introduce you to an independent financial advisory company whose sole purpose is to offer advice on the merits of moving preserved pension schemes into a SIPP. As a company we are NOT authorised and regulated by the financial Services authority and as such we are not able to give you any Financial Advice, instead we can only give you generic information. We would urge anyone considering transferring preserved pension funds from their current arrangement(s) to a SIPP (or any other pension contract) to obtain professional advice from a qualified IFA (Independent financial adviser) before doing so.
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