Low-cost SIPP charges

Fees and other costs for the Best SIPP

With investment, your capital is at risk.

With a long-term investment like a pension, charges can eat into your returns and reduce the amount of money you have left for retirement. We keep our charges low and offer one of the lowest-cost SIPPs available, while also giving you the freedom and choice to build a pension that suits your needs.

Tiered SIPP service fees

We have a tiered structure for our Best SIPP annual management charges, so you pay a lower percentage for larger investments.

Ready-made Portfolios

Investment value Annual fee
Up to £250,000 0.2%
£250,000 - £500,000 0.2%
£500,000 - £1,000,000 0.1%
Over £1,000,000 No charge

Other investments

Investment value Annual fee
Up to £250,000 0.4%*
£250,000 - £500,000 0.2%
£500,000 - £1,000,000 0.1%
Over £1,000,000 No charge

Great value for money

It is free to open a Best SIPP account or transfer pensions from elsewhere. We’ll also pay you up to £500 towards any exit fees your current providers charge (see our terms and conditions). There is nothing to pay for fund dealing and no initial charges on almost all funds. We make all of our fees clear so when you invest with us you can see exactly what you are paying for.

How can I open a Best SIPP?

Opening a Best SIPP is as easy as completing a short online form. If you’d prefer you can fill out the paper application forms or call our experts and they will be happy to guide you through the process. You can open your pension by paying in a lump sum, setting up regular savings or transferring other pensions**.

Speak to an expert

Find out more about our Best SIPP and its charges by contacting our experts:

*Minimum £120 per year.

SIPPs are not suitable for everyone. They may not be right for you if you don’t want to invest across different asset classes or don’t think you will make use of the investment choices available to you. Please contact us for guidance or advice if you are unsure.

**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).

 

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Our friendly team can help you with any concerns you have about your pension:

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