Pension Practitioner
The SSAS Experts
17
JAN
2017

Invitation for 2nd Feb in Brighouse

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On Thursday the 2nd of February I am being joined by two other business and finance experts to host an event in Brighouse. It also includes a free hot breakfast/buffet and a brief 1-2-1 consultation with us to discuss your business and financial growth needs.

The Joy of SSAS – discover the pension industry’s best kept secret

Register for the event here: www.ssas.eventbrite.co.uk

What is a SSAS pension?

A Small Self Administered Scheme is a pension set up by a limited company for the benefit of its directors and beneficiaries.

As the members are also the trustees, they control investment policy and how the scheme should run.

The benefits of a SSAS pension:

A SSAS is registered with HMRC and there are valuable tax benefits given including the following:

  • Assets grow free of Capital Gains Tax
  • Your fund on death can be passed down to your family free of Inheritance Tax
  • A company can contribute up to £500,000 from its profits and mitigate corporation tax in the year of contribution
  • You as a Member and Trustee have more freedom to direct the investments of the scheme and have control of the scheme bank account ( you are in control we help you find a solution)
  • Loans to your limited company can be provided from your funds (within certain limits)
  • Loans to a third party
  • Ability to take advantage of the new pension freedom rules introduced 2015/16

Where and when?

Date: Thursday 2nd Feb 2017
Two times to choose from:
10:00am-12:00pm (Register at 9:30am)
OR
2:30pm-4:30pm (Register at 2:00pm)
Followed by a hot breakfast/buffet
Venue: Junction 25 Conference Centre, Brighouse HD6 1QF

Come and find out how to take advantage of the tax benefits of an SSAS.

There are only 15 spaces available per session, so book now!

BOOK YOUR PLACE
I hope to see you there!

All the best,

David

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