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  • For the individual: ProsperSIPP Self-Invested Personal Pensions are personal pensions in which the individual can exercise substantial control over the choice of investments held. Individuals can manage their own investment portfolio or appoint an Investment Manager to do the work for them. Investments can be made in commercial property, stocks Read More
  • For the Limited Company: ProsperSSAS Small Self-Administered Schemes are registered pensions schemes established under Trust. Each member of the SSAS will be a Trustee. This mean that the Trustees themselves control the scheme and its investments. The Trustees can invest in a wide range of assets such as quoted and Read More
  • The main use of a ProsperSIPP is for investment freedom, but clearly unless it is used then there is little point in having the facility. If you have a ProsperSIPP then you should use all investment sectors. A client will need a specialist with ‘whole of market’ knowledge to make Read More
  • Small Self-Administered Schemes – commonly referred to as SSAS – are Registered Pension Schemes established under Trust. Each member of the SSAS will be a Trustee. This means that the Trustees i.e. the members themselves control the scheme and its investments. The Trustees can invest in a wide range of assets such Read More
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Call us on +44 (0) 20 8777 6825 or Email us at: helen@prospersipp.co.uk

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