SIPPs: Taylor Patterson cut fees for SIPP property transfers

SIPPs: Taylor Patterson cut fees for SIPP property transfersMany investors, often because of poor service, which is unfortunately becoming increasingly common, lack of flexibility or high are now considering moving to a new SIPP provider. Transferring your SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) generally incurs costs; exit fees, initial charges, and so on; in most cases these are generally not prohibitive. But it’s a different story if you hold a commercial property. Contact ...

Guest blog: An alternative way to fund your business, which we guarantee you won’t have thought of

AstuteThe last six years have been a tough time to be in business and although the future is looking increasingly more positive, there are still hurdles to overcome. Does this scenario sound familiar? You have used the liquid capital in maintaining and restructuring your business, to put it in a position where it can capitalise on the growth which now looks more certain Growth has put further strain on liquidity Despite your businesses’ strong balance sheet, your bank either will not lend, or proposes unacceptably punitive terms What are the alternatives? Crowd lending? Secondary lending? Factoring?...

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 ...

SIPPs: Liberty to launch new SIPP

Liberty SIPP 150pxLiberty has announced the launch of a new Self-Invested Pension Plan (SIPP). The Liberty Option SIPP is designed to reduce complexity and make life easier for clients and advisers alike. Speaking to Investment Sense, John Fox, Managing Director of Liberty said: “Our aim is to be able to fit our fee schedule on the back of a business card, it needs to be that simple and easy to understand.” John continued: “The key feature of the new Option SIPP is one of fairness; investors will ...