Bulletins 21-24 now available from the SSAS pension specialists

Have a look at Bulletins 21 – 24 for more about SSAS pension and other pension related articles and thoughts.

We have been publishing our back catalogue of bulletins about SSAS pension and pension related issues on this website, and you will now find bulletins 21 – 24 here. These bulletins date from August to October 2012, and are the last of the back catalogue to be published on line.

As ever, Geoff Stait covered a variety of topics, but some of the key things he commented on were:

  • Every working year must also fund a retirement year
  • A SSAS pension is an excellent pension vehicle
  • What went wrong with the Greek economy
  • The impact of Quantitative Easing on annuities

We hope you will enjoy looking back at these bulletins, and please do feel free to comment on them. And, if you would like to talk to us about a SSAS pension, then please do contact us.

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