SIPPs: New SIPP launched offering “best of both worlds”

Barnett WaddinghamHot on the heels of two recent SIPP launches, Barnett Waddingham has today launched their new ‘Flexible SIPP’, which will offer investors the “best of both worlds”. Barnett Waddingham, who already manages in excess of 2,300 SIPPs, has bucked the recent trend of SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) providers splitting their offering between a ‘Lite SIPP’, generally offering access to a restrictive panel of Discretionary Fund Managers and a ‘Full SIPP’ allowing access to a wider range of investments....

Guest Blog: Looking for more pension flexibility? Is a SIPP or SSAS the right option?

XafinityIn this month’s blog for Investment Sense, Jeff Steedman, Head of SIPP & SSAS Business Development at Xafinity outlines the key differences between SSAS (Small Self-Administered Scheme) & SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) and what market trends they are seeing in today’s self invested pension market. Emerging trends in 2014 in the SSAS & SIPP world SIPP & DFM (Discretionary Fund Manager) There are many advisers who are deciding against “fund picking” and this is leading to an ever increasing use of DFMs. The low cost “simple SIPP” structure offers the perfect wrapper ...

Our pension deposit account table: new and improved

Investment Sense NewsEver since it was launched, our best buy table for SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) deposit accounts has been the most popular page on our website. To the best of our knowledge, and we check regularly, this is still the only place where investors, as well as Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs), can easily source information on deposit accounts for SIPPs. SIPP depsit accounts Click here ...

Guest blog: Give your SIPP a boost with offset lending

AstuteIn his first guest blog for Investment Sense, founder of Astute Trustee Services, Andy McLaughlin, looks at a different type of SIPP lending: If you are like most people in this country you started thinking about your pension way too late in life, which is hardly surprising with all those commitments – mortgage, kids, university fees, weddings and not to forget the ageing parents who are increasingly becoming dependant on you to meet their living costs. The problem And now, just when you have good income or corporate profits and are reaching the ...