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In his latest article, SSAS and SIPP expert Martin Tilley looks at why SSASs are so unloved by some advisers...

• In his latest article, Martin Tilley looks at the decision-making process and the need for documentation as it applies to Small Self-Administered Schemes.

In his second article for this new column for SIPPs Professional, leading SIPP and SSAS figure Martin Tilley, a director at Westbridge, looks at how selling a business can affect SSAS planning:

It is nearly 50 years since the concept of the Small Self-Administered Scheme (SSAS) was introduced and, despite their unique features as a retirement planning vehicle, it remains a much underused tool in the Financial Planning process. 

In the first of a new column for SIPPs Professional, leading SIPP and SSAS figure Martin Tilley, a director at Westbridge, looks at the dangers of cutting costs on property valuations:

The new fiscal year is often a time for SSAS and SIPP repricing, leading to the inevitable need for advisers to reassess their preferred SSAS and SIPP partners, writes Martin Tilley.

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