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06/05/2015 In the Press

SSASset Allocation - IFA Magazine March 2015

In the self-administered pension family, the SSAS is the elder sibling to the SIPP. It may be older, but perhaps hasn’t grabbed the headlines as much as the younger SIPP in recent years. However, the SSAS retains some considerable advantages compared to its younger rival. These include the ability for the pension fund to be used to lend money to and/or purchase shares in, a sponsoring employer. In addition, a SSAS can provide greater flexibility over how assets are allocated between the members as the following example illustrates


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