Investment Sense in the Financial Times talking SIPPs

Posted on June 30th, 2012 | Categories - Retirement, SIPPs

Investment Sense in the Financial Times talking SIPPsSIPPs are an area we specialise in; we were therefore delighted to be asked to appear on this week’s FT Money Show.

Our Marketing Manager, Phil Bray, discussed SIPPs in general and more specifically SIPP deposits along with the problem of poor interest rates on mandated SIPP cash accounts.

The FT Money show is followed up by the Money section of Saturday’s Financial Times, which looks at how SIPP deposit rates compare to personal accounts and other issues regarding SIPP deposit accounts in more detail.

Why not listen to the FT Money show, read the article and let us have your comments using the form below?

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If you are affected by the issues raised in the podcast or the Financial Times article then feel free to get in contact. with us.

Our team of Independent Financial Advisers in Nottingham are experienced in advising SIPP investors on their cash options, if you would like advice on your options call one of our IFAs today on 0115 933 8433, alternatively enquire online or email info@investmentsense.co.uk

One Response to “Investment Sense in the Financial Times talking SIPPs”

  1. Steve Gebbett says:

    Excellent clear interview Mr Bray..it is the first time I have actually heard someone CARE about Sipp depositors’ trials and tribulations in getting a fair interest rate for their Cash- which is a much more important asset class within a pension in today’s economic climate than many IFA’s would lead us to think.

    We need more articles like this from Personal Finance writers, and Investment Sense’s unique Cash Sipp tables are really helpful, and save hours of research leg-work. Thank you!

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