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SELF-INVESTED PERSONAL PENSIONS

SELF-INVESTED PERSONAL PENSIONS

A SIPP is a type of personal pension that gives you the freedom to choose how to invest your retirement savings and manage them over time.

  • Access the same high-quality  investments that you may already have in ISAs and other accounts
  • Don’t waste unnecessary money on fees if you choose the right SIPP
  • Bring your existing pensions together in a SIPP, making them easier to monitor and manage
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THE BEST SIPP

Bestinvest was voted Low Cost SIPP Provider of the Year at the Investors Chronicle and FT Investment Awards 2013. Our Best SIPP puts you in firm control of your future finances.

  • We keep costs to a minimum to help boost savings
  • Benefit from a huge range of investments and access in-depth research and guidance
  • The freedom to have as much or little involvement with choosing and managing investments as you want.
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PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT

PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT

The key to living well in later life isn’t just to save money. It’s what you choose to do with your savings that really matters.

  • If you have existing workplace or personal pensions, make sure they are working hard for you
  • Save as much as you can because the power of compounding means that even modest sums can grow substantially
  • Make use of generous tax breaks to help your retirement income grow
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WHEN RETIREMENT COMES

WHEN RETIREMENT COMES

Your pension money is yours to spend when you reach 55 and there are a number of different ways to access it.

  • You can take a tax-free lump sum of up to 25% of your pension
  • You can use your pension to buy an annuity, which will provide you with an income for the rest of your life
  • You can keep your pension fund invested and draw an income from it
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SIPPs are not suitable for everyone. If you don’t want to invest across different asset classes or don’t think you will make use of the investment choices that SIPPs give you then a SIPP might not be right for you. Self-directed investors should regularly review their SIPP portfolio, or seek professional advice, to ensure that the underlying investments remain in line with their pension objectives. Prevailing tax rates and the availability of tax reliefs are dependent on your individual circumstances and are subject to change. Please note the term Best is a brand name of the Bestinvest SIPP.

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