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SIPP (Self-invested Personal Pension)

Saving for retirement with a SIPP

Self-invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) are designed to give you greater control over your retirement savings. With a SIPP you can choose from a wide range of high quality investments, manage them for yourself and consolidate your existing pensions in one place.


Benefits of the Best SIPP

Our award-winning Best SIPP gives you more control over your pension with a wide range of funds and the flexibility to manage your own investments.

  • Excellent value

    Annual service fees of 0.3% for assets of £0-250,000 and lower charges for larger investments.

  • Great range of investments

    Access to a range of high quality investments, including more than 2,500 funds and UK shares.

  • Expert research

    Free research on hundreds of funds plus industry updates and guides from our renowned team.

  • Help with your investments

    We also give you the option to invest with the support of an adviser or choose a managed solution.
    *Exit and drawdown fees apply.

Find out more about the Best SIPP

Is a SIPP right for me?

Self-invested Personal Pensions are right for people who want the freedom to choose and manage their own retirement investments.

SIPPs are often thought of as pensions specifically for people with a lot of money or investing experience. This was true in the past, but competition between SIPP providers means costs have decreased and some SIPPs are now amongst the best-value pensions around.

While SIPPs are definitely suited to investors keen to look after their own money, you don’t have to be confident with or interested in investing. Many providers offer financial planning and investment management services, so you can usually have as much or as little involvement as you like.

SIPPs are not right for everyone. Please click the following link to find out more.
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Free Guides

Download your free guide to SIPPs

In this guide we look at what a SIPP is and how they work. We then explain the advantages of consolidating your pensions into a SIPP and the control you can gain by doing so.


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