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Investing protected rights funds

Many people ask themselves the question of, “in which can I invest my Protected Rights?” Well, there are now thousands of funds, as well as commercial property, for example, amongst other investments that protected rights funds can now be invested in. You can now combine Protected Rights with your other pension funds and invest them as one fund, too.

The best way to explore your possibilities is to discuss your options with an independent financial adviser. Not only can they describe what options are open to you, but they can use whichever Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is most appropriate for you in the market. There are quite a few available so you'll get a choice of more than one SIPP, as opposed to the limited selection you may get from other tied advisers who work in some Banks. Some tied advisers won't even have a SIPP they can offer you at all.

SIPP’s give you a better choice and flexibility when taking an income for retirement.
• You could reduce the charges compared to what you might be paying, in order to have your protected rights money held in separate policies
• Your money can be freely invested in the full range of options available including access to previously unavailable investments, such as directly into commercial property purchase.

This means you can manage all your pension funds in one single portfolio and take greater control of its overall investment strategy. Remember, you can be as adventurous or as cautious as you like with your investments.

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