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As the last of the mince pies are eaten and the decorations all taken down, thoughts turn to what 2019 will bring for the SIPP market. While SIPPs received a lot of negative attention in 2018, advisers and their clients still see the benefits of investing in this tax efficient way.
Half of UK adults think investing in property is the method of saving for retirement that makes the most of their money, according to an Office for National Statistics report.
Rowanmoor, the Sipp and SSAS provider, is hosting a series of masterclasses for professional advisers in October and November, focusing on investing in commercial property within a pension.
Pension Freedom money is increasingly being invested in bricks and mortar - the most popular place to invest for people taking out money from their pension.
A property section and an application form wizard are two of the new tools a Sipp and SSAS firm has created as it aims to improve the service offered to advisers through its website.
Rowanmoor, the independent SSAS provider and bespoke Sipp and Family Pension Trust operator, has announced a series of seminars in the spring for financial advisers.
The FCA may hold back on releasing its much-awaited final proposals on capital adequacy until as late as June 2014.
The majority of over-45s in the UK expect to retire with at least £490,990 in assets, according to research from equity release provider Partnership.
A Sipp scheme was used by two Surrey-based investments advisers who have have been fined a total of £885,000 and been banned by the FCA from holding any position at a financial firm.
The 'home is my pension' generation has doubled in the last year, according to research from a retirement specialist.
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