‘In the Spotlight’ IPM

Spotlight IPMIn the latest of our ‘In the Spotlight’ articles we catch up with James Randall of SIPP Provider IPM. Investment Sense: IPM has been around for over 10 years now, but for those people who are perhaps unfamiliar with the name could you start by telling us a little more about IPM? James Randall: While I.P.M. SIPP Administration Limited was established in 1999, the Scheme was formally approved in July 1995 and known as the Rea Brothers Personal Pension Scheme. When Close Brothers took over the Rea Brothers Group, ...

SIPPs: New bank added to the Investment Sense SIPP deposit account best buy table

SIPPs: New bank added to our SIPP deposit account best buy tableWe are delighted to announce we have added Arbuthnot Latham to our SIPP deposit account best buy table. Arbuthnot Latham are currently offering two fixed rate products specifically for SIPPs and both are covered by the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme), which we know is important to SIPP investors and IFAs alike. Arbuthnot Latham SIPP deposit accounts The six month fixed rate pays a competitive 2.35% with their one year ...

In the Spotlight: Liberty

Spotlight LibertyIn the latest of our ‘In the Spotlight’ articles we catch up with Matthew Rankine, Technical Sales & Marketing Manager with SIPP provider Liberty. Investment Sense: Liberty have been around for five years now and are growing rapidly, but for those people who are perhaps unfamiliar with the name could you start by telling us a little more about Liberty? Matthew Rankine, Technical Sales & Marketing Manager, ...

Tax: New research shows Briton’s pay £12.6 billion in unnecessary tax each year

Research from the Unbiased.co.uk website, which helps UK consumers contact Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs), has unveiled some shocking facts about the amount of tax Briton’s pay each year. The latest Tax Action report from Unbiased.co.uk claims that the average person in Britain overpays tax to the tune of £421 each year by arranging their finances inefficiently. The total in overpaid tax is £12.6 billion. Our advisers can help you get your savings working harder for you...