The Secret To Receiving High Interest by Lending The Money In Your SIPP Or Your SSAS
Whether you lend your money backed with the security of residential or commercial property, or you lend to business, you could earn substantial interest for your SIPP.
Ever Heard Of A Poor Banker?
So, if banking is profitable, shouldn’t you consider doing it with your SIPP?
Three Ways To Lend Money From Your SIPP
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Crowdfunding And Peer-to-Peer
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Third Party Loans
There will be people in your networks who you know and trust, who'll be willing to pay you a high fixed interest rate in return for a SIPP loan, as you can see below.
It’s HMRC Approved
Just like a bank, your SIPP is permitted by HMRC to grant loans. Essentially, you lend your money to individuals and businesses in return for a rate of interest. The money is paid into your SIPP, tax free, to grow your fund to enable you to retire in comfort.
As traditional lending sources are less forthcoming these days, businesses are often willing to pay a higher interest rate to raise the money they require. That’s great for your SIPP.
It’s A Very Simple Process
You and the business negotiate terms that suit you both. This includes the interest rate, when the loan is repaid and what additional security is available to protect your money. The paperwork is completed and your SIPP operator releases money from your SIPP. Within a matter of weeks, the deal is done.
It Can Be Really Profitable
If you’re lending to experienced property developers, you could be paid an interest rate of about 7% to 10%. If you lend to businesses, you could earn 12% or more. That’s significantly higher than average stockmarket growth, which is been around 5% over the last five years.
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Discover How To Generate High Interest Granting SIPP Loans
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