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Special offer on transferring commercial property into a SIPP or SSAS.

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What can your pension scheme do for you? Designed to accommodate a wide range of both pre and post retirement options, SIPPs give you a much greater degree of freedom than any other pension. With Yorsipp you're in complete control of how and where your money is invested, and now is the best time to take advantage of this with our commercial property SIPP and SSAS offer.

The range of investments that can be held in a SIPP and SSAS are wider than those permitted in a personal pension scheme and include the option to invest in commercial property. We constantly monitor our fees and charges, and for a limited period only have reduced our prices for transferring property into a SIPP or SSAS by up to 30%.

Whether it is to inject cash and transfer funds into your client’s business or as an ongoing investment opportunity, using a SIPP or SSAS and transferring commercial property into a SIPP or SSAS is an extremely tax-efficient way of buying business premises. The SIPP doesn’t need to cover the complete value of a potential property investment as you can borrow up to 50% of the net value of the scheme, and it is also available as an option for unconnected properties or syndicated arrangements and multi-SIPPS. Likewise a SIPP does not have to acquire an entire building. For connected purchases, it is possible to purchase part of a property using a SIPP enabling the client to buy up to the value of their current scheme.


1 x SIPP + 1 Property = £2000
2 x SIPP + 1 Property= £2500
3 x SIPP + 1 Property= £3000
1 x SSAS + 1 Property= £2500
1 x SSAS + Loanback
= £2500
SSAS Takeover
= £325

*Package prices include SIPP establishment, SIPP administration (Year 1), property purchase fee, and property administration (Year 1)
*Please note that all prices are exclusive of VAT
*All additional services will be charged as per our current fee schedule
*Offer ends 1st February 2023

To make your pension scheme work for you and your business, please speak to your financial adviser and consider transferring your commercial property into a SIPP or SSAS.

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