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The Benefits of a SSAS

Why a SSAS ?

SSAS or SIPP  -  a comparison.

Contributions & Allowances

You can contribute to your SSAS in cash (and via In-Specie Contributions) and also sell assets from your business to your SSAS, effecitvely withdrawing up to 100% of fund as cash.

In addition to building a tax-efficient retirement fund for you, your SSAS also ring-fences your assets against potential business creditors.

SSAS as a Business Tool

Use your SSAS as a vehicle to lend money, borrow money (to purchase Commercial Property) and protect your assets from creditors, all in a tax-efficient manner.

Taking of Retirement Benefits

Use your SSAS for its primary purpose, to pay you a pension! Our SSAS allows full flexibility under the rule changes introduced in April 2015.  We also have a calculators that will let you know how much pension you can draw under Capped Drawdown for those who crystilised thier benefits prior to April 6th 2015. 

Permitted SSAS Investments

A huge variety of investments are allowable in a SSAS, thus benefiting both your business and your retirement.

Case studies

Examples of how a SSAS can beneft you.

Included in our case studies:

Making a loan from a SSAS. Lend money from your SSAS to your company or a third party; tax efficient for your SSAS and company; click here.

Need cash personally or for your business?  An example of how a SSAS can be used to acquire your personal or business assets;  click here.

Buying property and leasing it back to the Principal Employer. Extremely tax efficient for your SSAS and your company; click here.

Salary sacrifice. Elect to reduce your salary and increase company pension contributions; tax-efficient retirement planning; click here.