Invest in property with a SIPP

Zena Robinson, property investor   Property & Pension Investment Success Story Four years ago, property investor Zena Robinson (then 56 years old), decided to transfer her Legal & General stocks and shares pension to a SIPP so that she could invest in property. The motivation for this came in the...

The investment I chose was very simple

Duncan Kent   I had 3 pensions, of which 2 were company pensions. 1 was a small personal scheme with Standard Life and I contributed every month. The fund reached about £60,000, so the last statement I received said I could expect to receive a pension with an extra £1,000...

The Landlord’s Pension Of Choice

The Pension of choice for Landlord's, more commonly known as a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP), is becoming cheaper and easier to access. This pension will allow us to access property and a whole host of other investments before you reach 55. Combine this with its capacity as a “tax...