: SIPPs are a type of pension for people happy to make their own investment decisions. Investments go down in value as well as up so you could get back less than you invest. The rules mentioned are those currently applying and could change in the future. You can normally only access the money from age 55. Tax reliefs depend on your circumstances. This website is not personal advice, if you are unsure an investment is right for you, please seek advice
Why choose the Vantage SIPP
- Wide investment choice
Choose from more than 2,500 funds, shares, investment trusts, gilts, corporate bonds, ETFs and cash. Where can I invest my SIPP?
- Low costs
No SIPP set-up, transfer-in or fund-dealing fees. Online share dealing at £11.95 per deal, or as low as £5.95 per deal for active traders with a low annual charge to hold shares of just 0.45% (capped at £200 per annum). Plus, exclusive range of super-low annual charges on top-performing funds and a low tiered annual charge to hold funds with a maximum of just 0.45%. View our SIPP charges.
- Free research on popular investments
Receive email updates plus free copies of our Investment Times newsletter - full of ideas to help you make your own well-informed decisions.
- Control of your pension
Manage your SIPP yourself online, by phone or post, or on your smartphone with our FREE app for iPhone, Android™ and iPad. Managing your SIPP online.
- Voted Best SIPP Provider eight years running
Speak directly to our Pensions Helpdesk anytime, no call centres or automated answering systems - just friendly, knowledgeable people.
See the full list of awards we have won
Best SIPP Provider
2007 - 2014
Best Direct SIPP Provider 2013 & 2014
Best SIPP Provider 2014
SIPPs are one of the most tax-efficient ways of saving for your retirement, putting you in control. Before investing you need to be aware of the risks, in particular that investments can go down as well as up in value, especially over the short term.
You also need to remember you cannot normally access your money until at least age 55, at which point you can normally take up to 25% tax-free and a taxable income from the rest. Tax rules can change and the exact amount of relief available on contributions depends on your circumstances.