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SIPP account

Take control of your pension in the UK with our easy to manage, flexible pension plan.

What is a SIPP?

A Self-Invested Personal Pension, or SIPP, is a type of UK registered pension plan that provides you with a greater amount of control and flexibility over the money in your pension. You get to decide how it's invested and how much and how often to withdraw from age 55.

SIPP account

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Why choose MyExpatSIPP

Our service is designed for expats, whether you're a non-UK resident or living in the UK. Monitor your account around the clock and place investment instructions with the easy to use online account, alongside ongoing support and guidance to assist you with managing your pension. Our simple and transparent fees mean there's no hidden commission or ongoing adviser fees.

Investment control

The SIPP allows you to choose how your pension is invested and you can select from: 

UK, US and other overseas Shares

 Exchange Traded Funds

 Investment Trusts

Unit Trusts & OEICs

A range of Ready-made Portfolios

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Flexible Withdrawals

Keep your pension invested and take withdrawals whenever you want from age 55. There's no requirement to purchase an annuity and you can take lump sums, a regular income, a combination or nothing at all. Withdrawals can even be paid to a non-UK bank account.

SIPP account charges

There's a one-off £200 Account opening fee and dealing charges are £4.95 for OEICs & Unit Trusts, and £11.95 for Shares, ETFs and Investment Trusts.

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Annual platform charge

0.18% - 0.50%

depending on the value of your account

Transfer your pension to a SIPP

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Need some help choosing your investments?

Have a look at our ready-made portfolios to help get you started with investing

Want to find out what the withdrawal options are?

 Find out more about the various ways you can withdraw money from your SIPP