A SIPP stands for a “Self Invested Personal Pension”, and in simple terms, it is a flexible, modern, pension vehicle owned by you. A Pension is simply a pot of money which you, your employer and the government can contribute into, with the purpose of providing an income and money in retirement. As the name suggests, a SIPP is “Self Invested”, meaning you get to choose where your pension pot is invested (i.e. using our Wealthsimple investment strategy).
- What is a SIPP?
- What is “Tax Relief”?
- Am I eligible to receive tax relief?
- What is the Lifetime Allowance for pensions?
- What is "Pension Protection"?
- Why would I put money into the Wealthsimple Pension?
- Why don't I just put money into a savings account and use that to fund my retirement?
- Am I eligible to open a SIPP?
- How can I take money out of my SIPP (once I reach the pension age)?
- When can I take money out of my SIPP?