A Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is a personal pension which allows a diverse choice of investments including commercial property, shares and unit trusts. It provides greater control over pension funds as well as flexibility over how and when to take benefits in retirement.
A SIPP is ideally suited to fee earning professionals, self-employed businessmen, directors and other high earning employees without access to a SSAS.Download our SIPP brochure
A Small Self Administered Scheme (SSAS) is an occupational registered pension scheme that gives control over investments as well as a flexible pension arrangement.
The SSAS receives contributions and transfers to accumulate a retirement fund for its members in the same way as company pension plans or SIPPs. In addition to providing benefits for retirement it can work with the sponsoring employer and provide flexible options to the business.
A SSAS is ideal for entrepreneurs of small to medium sized owner managed businesses.Download our SSAS Brochure
If you are considering either a SIPP or a SSAS and are unsure of which option to take to suit your individual circumstances, then please take a look at our easy to understand comparison.Download our comparison table