Sipps Pensions

SIPPs Pensions Guide

What are Sipps?

Sipps stands for “self-invested personal pensions”. These are a ‘do-it-yourself’ form of pension that allows an individual to make his or her own investments into a personal pension pot.

But you don’t have to be an investment genius to have a Sipp. They’re great for:

  • pulling a whole load of personal pensions together,
  • having a wider variety of investments than in a normal personal pension including shares and commercial property
  • giving you day to day control over the “big picture” such as moves from shares to cash or vice versa
  • letting you into “income drawdown” – a way of having your tax free cake while keeping your pension invested. Income drawdown needs specialist help.


Read More on Sipps Pensions

What are Sipps?

What are the rules?

The Tax Details (Yawn)

What can you put into a SIPP pension?

Benefits and advantages of Sipps Pensions

Disadvantages of Sipps

How do I get a Sipp Pension?

Will I still have to buy an annuity?

Can it help me avoid inheritance tax?

What do the experts say?