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PYSS teams up with Fee Based Advice

Pointon York SIPP Solutions has been selected by Fee Based Advice to support and promote Sipps to its members.

Fee Based Advice is an IFA support organisation that assists IFAs in making the transition from commission to fees.

There are currently about 80,000 plans in place but industry experts predict this number is set to increase substantially.

PYSS managing director Christine Hallett says: “There is a great potential for fee income earning opportunities working with the SIPP framework and we want to ensure that IFAs have all the training and support they need to enable them to grow their business and provide added value propositions for their clients.”

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