SSAS stands for Small Self-Administered Scheme and is a close relative of the SIPP. Traditionally these are set up by small businesses and are used as a self-managed pension scheme for directors of the company. It shares many similarities with the SIPP, although the beneficiaries are usually also the trustees, which allows them to be even more in control of their investments. Please note that tax treatment is dependent on the individual circumstances of each investor.
Articles in this section
- What does 'first charge' mean?
- How and when is interest paid?
- What is a SSAS?
- What is a SIPP?
- What happens if the borrower defaults?
- Bonds + Equity products
- Who can invest?
- What am I investing in?
- What is the regulatory classification of these bonds?
- What happens if the target amount for a bond is not raised?