Getting to grips with Sipps: how much money can I put into a Sipp each year?

An explanation of Sipp limits, including the heavily criticised ‘taper system’, which has caused problems for NHS doctors.

August 29, 2019

In the fourth episode of our jargon-free video series on self-invested personal pensions, or Sipps, Money Observer editor Faith Glasgow explains the limit on the amount you can pay into a Sipp and get tax relief on each year.

The video also details why those who receive income of £210,000 or more will only be able to make the minimum £10,000 of contributions with tax relief each year.

Explore more Money Observer articles on Sipps.

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