• SSASs are company pension schemes where the members are usually company directors or key staff. Such schemes provide additional opportunities to the planholders which may be beneficial to them.
    A SSAS is set up by use of a trust deed, and the rules usually allow members far greater flexibility over the scheme’s assets. In the vast majority of cases, a SSAS is used to buy commercial property for the employer, who then has to pay a market rent for it into the pension fund.

Small Self-Administered Schemes (SSASS)

SSASs are company pension schemes where the members are usually company directors or key staff. Such schemes provide additional opportunities to the planholders which may be beneficial to them.
A SSAS is set up by use of a trust deed, and the rules usually allow members far greater flexibility over the scheme’s assets. In the vast majority of cases, a SSAS is used to buy commercial property for the employer, who then has to pay a market rent for it into the pension fund.