Self-Invested Personal Pensions are a popular option for investors who wish to take control over the management of their retirement pot.
Investors are able to invest in a wide range of assets within a SIPP including stocks, bonds, property and some alternative investments.
The Investment Superstore SIPP Comparison and Review focusses on providers of SIPPs who specialise in stocks, bonds and mutual funds. The providers included in our comparison are all regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
SIPPs carry generous tax benefits from the tax man which include the adding of cash to your SIPP when you contribute. For example, if you invest £16,000, the government automatically adds a further £4,000.
SIPP fees vary from provider to provider so it is important to review each option carefully. You must also be aware that the value of investments can fall as well as rise so you must understand the risks of securities you place in a SIPP.