Advice and careful planning in regards to directors’ pensions

Advising company directors on their pension arrangements is hugely different from employees; and that is simply because the director needs to manage the interplay between his or her pension scheme and the company.

Small Self-administered Schemes (SSASs) and Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) are very popular with company directors because they provide the member of the scheme (ie the director) with greater control and flexibility over the way in which the assets in their pension are managed.
It may be extremely useful for a business to sell the trading premises to the directors’/partners’ SSAS or SIPP and for the pension scheme to then lease the premises back to the business. This can have significant benefits to some businesses, but will require robust advice and careful planning from your business financial planner.

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