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Sippdeal offers online plan exclusive to IFAs

Self-invested pension plan provider Sippdeal is offering an online Sipp product featuring advisory and execution-only options as well as links to 10 discretionary fund managers.

Available exclusively to IFAs, Sippcentre gives access to online calculation tools for income withdrawal illustrations, critical yield analysis projections and Sipp protections.

The service also incorporates online listings of all Sipp clients, cash balances and investment portfolio valuations, transaction histories and flexible adviser remuneration options.

The adviser remuneration facility allows initial, regular and one-off payments to IFAs expressed as either a monetary amount or as a percentage of the fund, with a maximum of 3 per cent initial and 0.5 per cent trail.

The Sippcentre is holding a series of seminars around the UK, finishing in London on November 14, when analyst Ned Cazalet will be speaking about the role of Sipps.

Sippcentre managing director Andy Bell says: “This is the culmination of 12 months development work and we believe it is a solution to help the IFA deliver a better and more cost-effective product to the client while having to spend less time dealing with product providers.”

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