Can other pension funds be transferred into a SSAS?

A SSAS can accept transfers from other registered pension schemes. This means that if scheme members have made pension provision in the past, or have accrued benefits under previous registered pension schemes, these can be consolidated within the SSAS. Such transfer payments will be added to the existing entitlement under the scheme to enhance a member’s benefits.

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