Make your pension
Work Harder
Earn tax-free returns by using pension savings in your SIPP or SSAS pension to invest in our peer to peer loans.
Capital at risk.
Key Benefits to Invest your SIPP / SSAS
Reasons to join our community of investors...

We provide attractive projects, earning you up to 12% pa tax free
Diversify and spread your risk
New investors receive up to £50 cashback
No fees to invest
All investments are secured by first legal charges
You know exactly how your money is being used
Register your SIPP / SSAS today
Earn More Money for When you Retire
If you want better returns from your pension pot, you’ll be glad to hear that you can invest it into a Sourced property project.
If you’d prefer to invest your SIPP or SSAS with Sourced and receive up to 12% a year tax-free with a diversified loan portfolio secured against UK property, here’s what you need to do:

Complete the simple form below

Your pension provider will be contacted to set up your account

Interest is paid tax-free to your Sourced account
Please note that there may be some restrictions. Pensions cannot be used to make loans to connected parties or for property with a residential element, meaning some of our loans may therefore be unavailable to pension accounts.

Want to know how it works? 
Two Types of Pension - SIPP / SSAS
What are they?
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Self Invested Personal Pension
(SIPP)
SIPP allows individuals to make decisions about their investments from a range of approved investment projects, which includes P2P lending. It is for those that are confident enough to make their own investment decisions. It works in a similar way to other personal pensions. You can add capital as and when you choose and the government pays in an extra 20% in pension tax relief.
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Small Self Administered Scheme 
(SSAS)
SSAS is usually used by directors of Limited Companies for employees. SSAS offers investors great flexibility, and often more independance than a SIPP. The scheme can have up to 11 members and is open to all employees and family members. 



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What to do if you do not have a SIPP / SSAS
If you are interested in lending towards Sourced projects via your pension but do not have a SIPP or SSAS pension then we would suggest to do some research to see what might suit you best. With a SSAS scheme, you will typically need to be a company owner or director. Speak to possible providers to see if they authenticate peer-to-peer lending and if they will verify investments with Sourced. Some pension providers will not yet have authenticated peer-to-peer lending – if this is what you want to do then it will be easier working with a provider that already has approved peer-to-peer lending.

A SIPP or SSAS isn’t the right option for everyone, so we would suggest to speak to a qualified Independent Financial Advisor to assist in your decisions.
Already have a SIPP / SSAS and want to invest?
Does your SIPP / SSAS provider not currently offer P2P Lending investments? 

Don’t worry, we’re happy to talk to them about joining up with Sourced. You can also transfer to a SIPP/ SSAS provider who does offer these investments.
If you’re interested in investing with your SIPP / SSAS complete the form below:
Make your pension work harder with up to 12% interest per year.
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Sourced are a member of The Property Redress Scheme. Membership No. PRS010027

Your capital is at risk and you may lose all you lend. See our Risk Statement for more information.

Sourced is the trading name of Jark-1 Limited which is an Appointed Representative (ref. no. 826510) of rebuildingsociety.com Ltd, a firm authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under firm registration number 656344. Sourced is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

Jark-1 Limited is registered with the Office of the Information Commissioner (Reg. No. ZA280505). Jark-1 Limited is a member of The Property Redress Scheme (Membership No. PRS010227).

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