Self Invested Personal Pension
Tax Efficient Pension Planning
SELF INVESTED PERSONAL PENSION (SIPP)
Investments in SIPPs grow free from Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax.
You also get tax relief on your pension contributions.
Any money you invest in your SIPP will be topped up by 20% by the taxman, and higher or additional-rate taxpayers can claim back a further 20% or 25% respectively.
Tax relief is limited by your annual earnings and the pension annual allowance.
Children and people who don’t pay tax can also make pension contributions of up to £2,880 a year.
With basic-rate tax relief this will make a total contribution of £3,600 a year into the SIPP or other pension.
We work with a number of SIPP Trustees that provide our clients with a non-complex, cost effective and professional service. As a result you can take comfort that the vast array of products available to invest in within your Tax Efficient Wrapper.
Please note whilst we endeavour to keep the details provided on this site up to date, HMRC make changes to the rules from time to time which may not be immediately relfected herein. You should therefore check the details with HMRC or put in a request with a member of the Marshall Sterling team by phone or using the form on our contact page.
Please ask a member of our team for information regarding current contribution rates.
SIPPs are not suitable for everyone. If you don’t want to invest across different asset classes or don’t think you will make use of the investment choices that SIPPs give you then a SIPP might not be right for you. Please contact us for guidance or advice if you are unsure whether a SIPP is right for you.
Please note Marshall Sterling does not offer advice on Pensions.