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Sipp experts have warned that a provider’s legal triumph in its battle with HMRC over in specie contributions is “not the end of the story”.

A Sipp provider has won its legal battle with HMRC over in-specie contributions.
The Ombudsman has ruled that an adviser must compensate a client who lost nearly £30k through an unsecured Sipp loan.
Advisers’ calls for an income option in AJ Bell’s Managed Portfolio Service has prompted the company to launch four new portfolios.
The founder of a SIPP firm has predicted ‘casualties’ within the Sipps market in coming months.
Nearly 3,600 consumers have been compensated for wrongly being advised to switch savings into ‘risky’ assets within SIPPs – at a cost of £105m.
Taylor Patterson has promoted two members of staff within its SIPP and SSAS pensions’ team.
Two Sipp firms have reported profits in their latest results, with one returning to growth after two years of losses.
Around six out of 10 specialist retirement advisers admit they have been caught out by unexpected SIPP charges from providers, new research suggests.
The ombudsman has ruled against an advisory firm over a Sipp transfer for which the introducer was unregulated, despite “limited evidence” it was providing advice.
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