- Invest without restrictions
- Expert, portfolio-based administration
- No hidden charges and no percentage-based fees
- Access our most senior team members
- Move to a more efficient business model
Any Small Self-Administered Scheme (SSAS) should offer clear and measurable advantages for UK company directors, who (again: should) benefit from greater control and flexibility over how their fund is used. Yet some providers attach unnecessary limitations and caveats, which rein in the real benefits. When done properly though, and related specifically to a business model’s strategy, SSASs offer things that even a clever SIPP cannot. So naturally, we do our SSAS properly.
Of course, rules exist limiting loans, restricting borrowing etc., but our SSAS is still given room to flex its muscles and celebrate the distinctions between it and a SIPP (not to mention the other SSASs out there).
Recognising the seemingly small, but certainly crucial differences between a SSAS and a SIPP is only half the job; we work with advisers to see the bigger picture to understand how and when to deploy what.
Members benefit from ultimate flexibility when it comes to investments, which include commercial property, stocks and shares, Unit Trusts, Sponsoring Employer Loans to name but a few. As such, our SSAS behaves as an uncompromising heavyweight of a product when given the right environment to strut its stuff.
Think of our SSAS as a big piece of graph paper with a business’s long-term goals and milestones carefully laid out. Advisers are able to effectively plot a journey towards those goals, navigating around the economic position of both the company and the country. With forward thinking, the PSG SSAS can be the key to your best business plan.