Deposits subject to the annual SIPP limit (£40,000 for the tax year 2019/20) as well as the lifetime allowance (currently £1.055 million).
Locked in until Retirement
Withdrawals possible from the age of 55 (increasing to 57 in 2028).
Income tax relief on your deposits, no capital gains or income tax on returns. However, you may be liable for taxation under current SIPP rules for withdrawals.
You can transfer in other workplace pensions or transfer in existing SIPPs.
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The majority of pension transfers take around 4 weeks to complete. Some can take up to three months, depending on your previous provider.
More information on the SIPP charges is available from the customer area of the AJ Bell Investcentre website.
The SIPP Key Features document is available from the customer area of the AJ Bell Investcentre website and answers the most common questions about:
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