How is a SSAS set up?

The SSAS is established under trust by the sponsoring employer for the benefit of the scheme members and other potential beneficiaries. All members of the SSAS should be trustees. Whilst it is subject to the same rules regarding contributions and benefits as an insured company arrangement, a SSAS is much more flexible and gives control of the underlying scheme assets to the trustees.

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