Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP)

Financial planning and SIPPs

People are increasingly aware that they have to take responsibility for their own pensions. Fortunately, Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) allow you to make your own decisions, within certain limits, on where your pension contributions are invested.

This can have tax efficiency benefits, with SIPPs particularly appropriate for high net worth individuals, high earners, and those with pension pots greater than £100,000.

At Tower Hill Associates, we offer tailored SIPPs advice and SIPP investments for high net worth and high earning individuals in Richmond, London and the South East, that is consistent with your overall retirement financial planning goals.

We review existing pensions, for example, and often consolidate them into one pot, ensuring a coherent, tax-efficient investment strategy. We can then manage the portfolio on an ongoing basis, giving each client tailored and personal pension advice.

For some clients, rather than buying an annuity, pensions that allow an income ‘drawdown’ are particularly attractive as a SIPP allows the portfolio to pay out income on a regular basis.

In summary, a SIPP should be viewed as a tax-efficient investment vehicle that allows you to develop a bespoke investment portfolio, appropriate for your long term needs. At Tower Hill Associates, we can help you manage it professionally with advice on:

• Tailored SIPPs
• SIPP investments
• Income drawdown arrangements
• Drawing money out of pensions for high net worth individuals

To arrange a free SIPP consultation, please call one of our financial planning experts on 020 3865 2379.

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