Thinking of a pension transfer?
Many people have collected a number of pensions over their lives. If you want more control over your money it may be a good idea to bring these together under one roof*. Our Best SIPP could be a great home for your retirement savings and we make it easy to transfer your pensions.
More control, less paperwork and potentially lower fees
There are plenty of reasons to consolidate your pensions with one provider. You get more control over your investments and it will be easier to see how they are performing. You’ll also have less admin and paperwork to deal with. And if you’re paying annual fees to fewer providers you could have more money to invest.
Five reasons to transfer to the Best SIPP
- Pay 0% annual fees if you invest your pension in a Ready-made Portfolio
- Otherwise we charge just 0.3% a year (with lower fees for bigger pensions)
- We’ll pay you up to £500 towards any exit fees your current providers charge**
- The transfer could take as little as 15 working days with most providers
- Our specialist team will handle the transfer and let you know when it’s complete.
Find out more about the Best SIPP in our free guide.
Transfer a pension to the Best SIPP
Use the form below if you are interested in transferring a pension to the Best SIPP. Our experts will be in touch with you to answer any questions and help you get started.
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*Before you consider transferring a pension, it is important to ask yourself: Will I lose any valuable benefits or features from my existing pension plan? Will I incur any penalties on my existing pension if I transfer? Is it an occupational final salary pension scheme? (If so, it is very unlikely to be advisable to transfer) Have I considered the charges on my current plan? (A new arrangement may be more expensive – especially if you have a stakeholder pension).
**Exit fees may apply if you close your Best SIPP.
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.