Take Control. Self Manage your Pension Scheme
SSAS Pension Practitioner sets up and administers Small Self Administered Pension Schemes (SSAS) for small businesses and occupational pension schemes for the business industry
We are professional SSAS administrators and providers regulated by the Law Society's SRA to deliver a fast and efficient pension scheme set up service and find that due to the growth in members wanting more control of their pension scheme investment,
a small self administered pension scheme (SSAS) is a popular choice.
Fenwick Solicitors provide SSAS practitioner services to directors and key employees of companies and sole traders. We set up SSAS from single to 12 member schemes usually for those fed up with the poor returns and administration services of their existing pension plans.email us
SSAS 4 Business
- Helping your business get back on its feet
- Lend up to 50% of the SSAS fund to your business
- Use a legally qualified SSAS Practitioner
- Get a comprehensive service with what is a legal service.
Generally a SSAS can lend up to 95% of the net vlaue of the fund to unconnected third parties. And although loans to members and those connected to them are prohibited, a SSAS unlike a SIPP may lend to the SSAS sponsoring employer, in effect your business. Contact SSAS practitioner now for advice on scheme loanbacks.email us
Members of occupational pension schemes generally have little say over the way in which the fund is managed. This explains the popularity of Small Self-Administered Schemes ('SSASs') which are usually company-based schemes set up specifically for the benefit of the company directors. SSASs give their members a much higher degree of control and power of investment than is possible in a more conventional occupational pension scheme and consequently they fulfil a similar function in relation to occupational pension schemes as self-invested personal pensions do in relation to personal pension plans.email us
Occupational pension scheme
An occupational pension schcme is one that is established to provide benefits for people with service in the employment (or self~employment) described in the scheme rules, although it may also provide benefits to members who are not in that kind of employment (or self-employment). Most pension schemes set up by employers for the benefit of their employees satisfy the definition of an occupational pension scheme in the Pension Schemes Act 1993, provided that the main administration of the schemes is in the United Kingdom.email us
Setting up an Occupational Pension Scheme
We at Fenwick Solicitors also set up occupational pension schemes for the larger busineses so contact us for a fixed fee quote on establishing a pension scheme for your employeees.
Fenwick SSAS Practitioner
34 Lipson Road Plymouth PL4 8PW
Phone: 01752 250821
Fax: 0844 8073015