What is a SSAS Scheme Administrator?

Every SSAS requires a SSAS Scheme Administrator whose role is to:

  • Register the pension scheme with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
  • Report events relating to the scheme and the Scheme Administrator to HMRC
  • Make returns of information to HMRC
  • Provide information to scheme members, and others, regarding the Lifetime Allowance, benefits and transfers

HMRC can impose fines for failing to adhere to its requirements.

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