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Standard Life – Sipp

Standard Life

SIpp

Type: Full self-invested personal pension

Minimum investment: Lump sum 10,000, 300 a month, 3,000 a year

Investment choice: Standard Life Sigma pension funds, Standard Life Sipp bank account, Standard Life Sigma mutual funds and all other Inland Revenue permitted investments including and commercial property

Charges: Sigma pension funds annual 1%-2% a year with 0-3%-0.5% discount applied to investments of at least 50,000, self-investment initial 290, annual up to 200 for Sigma mutual funds only, annual up to 400 for additional investments, transaction charges 10-50 per trade capped at 300 a year, additional charges for property investment and withdrawal

Commission: Initial up to 5%, funded initial up to 3%, fund-based renewal up to 0.5% a year

Tel: 0845 0845 000

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