Nigel Sloam & Co has for 40 years provided the most flexible SSASs available in the market.

SSASs have to be established by an employer for an employee but once established, unlike SIPPs, can accommodate the interests of more than one member or employer - and can admit members who are not employees. They are a very attractive vehicle for co-directors within a business who have common investment aims - and who may well wish to purchase assets jointly within the same framework.

They may also be considered as family pension trusts, which can house and utilise the pension savings and aspirations of a family or of another affinity group and can provide a medium in which core assets may be passed from generation to generation.

SSASs established by an employer are separate from the employer and may continue even when the employer is no more

What are ‘SSAS’ pensions?

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