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Churchill launches guide to SIPPs

Somerset-based IFA Churchill Investments is publishing a guide to buying a Self Invested Personal Pension.


The guide will urge consumers to consider SIPPs on grounds of investment freedom, control of money, low charges, tax savings and flexibility.


&#34A Practical Guide to Self Invested Personal Pensions&#34 is available by calling Churchill Investments (01934 844 444).

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