Guide to Self-Invested Personal Pensions
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Our straightforward, easy-to-read guide gives a run-down on SIPPs
SIPPs are transforming the way people are saving for retirement - putting them in control of their financial future and giving them the freedom to select the investments they think will deliver the best returns.
This guide reveals:
- How to get started with a SIPP
- How to benefit from the pension freedoms with a SIPP
- How to improve existing pensions in a few simple steps
- How to calculate how much to save in a pension
- How the tax rules work
- Tax advantages and how they could boost a pension
- What the risks are
This guide is not personal advice. SIPPs are for people comfortable making their own investment decisions. The value of investments can go down as well as up and you could get back less than you invest. Tax reliefs will depend on your personal circumstances and the pension and tax rules are subject to change by the government.
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