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Best SIPP provider

Postby precious44 » Tue Oct 04, 2011 8:56 am

I'm re-organising my pension provision and wonder if anyone has any suggestions for SIPP providers? I am currently with TD Waterhouse for my ISA but their SIPP's look expensive. On another note I recently tried to buy some 2oz silver coins on CID at ₤62 ea and when I went to checkout the price had changed to ₤69, when I complained the answer I got back was even when you have your picked coins in the basket they have the right to change the price until checkout is completed, buyer beware!!

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Re: Best SIPP provider

Postby Pixel8r » Tue Oct 04, 2011 8:59 am

A business associate of mine has recently started a Goldmoney SIPP via Standard Life. He seems very happy with it.

Sorry I don't know much about Pensions as I don't have one as I work for my own company.
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Re: Best SIPP provider

Postby precious44 » Tue Oct 04, 2011 10:29 am

Thanks Pix.
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Re: Best SIPP provider

Postby Ziknik » Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:04 pm

Sippdeal for shares.
HL for funds
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Re: Best SIPP provider

Postby Erewhon888 » Thu Oct 06, 2011 7:53 am

Poster Tiburonsmoke had done research in this area
SIPP discussion on HPC

I have accounts with BullionVault and Goldmoney. But my pension was only small, and the charges for those SIPPs were too high.

BestInvest charge just £100 +VAT per year to hold a SIPP for you. I don't begrudge them, because there's no commission trail for them when you invest in 100% silver bullion. It doesn't pay dividends. It just sits there, being an asset.

BestInvest charge £50 + VAT for an Investment ISA. Again, quite reasonable.

I can't hold GoldMoney or BullionVault with the BestInvest SIPP, but PHPP, PHSP and PHGP are some of the better ETFs and they are available on the LSE. The bullion isn't lent out, or anything. It's just kept in a vault. Plus the buy/sell spread is very small on them.

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Re: Best SIPP provider

Postby precious44 » Thu Oct 13, 2011 4:52 pm

Thanks for that it was very helpful.
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