Self-Invested Personal Pensions

Our Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) are a simple tax-efficient way to start saving for your own or your child’s retirement. Find out which one is for you.

Whether you’re starting from scratch or looking to consolidate existing pensions, you can open a new SIPP or transfer one to us in just a few steps. If you’re still deciding where to invest your pension, you can add cash to your account now and choose your funds later.

* Tax relief is only available on the lower of the annual allowance (currently £40,000) or 100% of your earnings in a given tax year. If you have earnings of £110,000 or more, the amount you can pay in and receive tax relief on could be 'tapered' down to £10,000. Alternatively, if you’ve already taken taxable income from your pension pot under pension freedoms, your annual allowance may be £4,000 (known as the money purchase annual allowance) and you will not be able to use carry forward to contribute to a SIPP.

You know where you're going when your pensions are in one place

Bring your pensions together now and get £100 to £1,000 cashback.

Exclusions, terms & conditions apply

Remember, as with all investing, your capital is at risk. Eligibility to invest in a SIPP or Junior SIPP depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change in the future.

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