Small, self-administered pension schemes (SSAS) are occupational schemes that are generally set up to allow a small number of senior staff in a company to accrue pension funds separate to other staff members. Membership is generally limited to a maximum of 11 members. These are often company directors or senior executives, however SSASes can be open to other staff members and even family members.
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