SIPPs

Self-invested Personal Pensions

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What is a Self-invested Personal Pension (SIPP)?

Find out how they are different to other pensions

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Self-invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) give you more control over your pension investments. With a SIPP you can choose how your retirement savings are invested and consolidate several pensions in one place*. The Best SIPP is our award-winning low-cost personal pension.

Benefits of the Best SIPP

Great value for money

Tiered service fees mean you pay lower fees for larger pensions, with no set-up charges when you open your account.

Invest how you like

Let our experts manage your investments, invest with help from an investment adviser or take care of everything yourself.

We make it easy

Open a SIPP by investing or transferring*, use all our free investment research and call our UK-based experts if you need help.

Our SIPP charges

We give you great value for money with clear charges that decrease as your pension grows:

Up to £250,000

0.3% a year

£250,000 - £1 million

0.2% a year

Over £1 million

Free

There are no set-up fees, no fund dealing charges and we pay up to £500 towards your exit fees when you transfer your pensions*.

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SIPP investment ideas

Pension guides

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Our best pension investment ideas

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Speak to an expert about SIPPs

Get in touch with our experts for more information about pensions and opening a 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. Please contact us for guidance or advice if you are unsure whether a SIPP is right for you.

*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? (in which case 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 choose to leave Bestinvest.