Under new rules which are effective from 6 April 2015, you have more choice and flexibility on what to do with your pension savings if you're 55 or over and have a 'defined contribution' pension pot. Find out more:
If you have a pension in place with us, we answer your most commonly asked questions and give you links to further information.
Please select the type of investment that you have from the list below, and we’ll show you the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
If you have a with profits bond or pension with us, we answer your most commonly asked questions and give you links to further information.
You can find out the current value of your Legal & General investment or pension, seven days a week by using our secure online service,
Registering and using the service is fast and secure - just visit: www.legalandgeneral.com/login
If you need any help registering for
My Account, please call us on 0345 073 0785. Our lines are open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6:00pm. We may record and monitor calls. Call charges will vary.
If you have a life insurance policy, it makes sense to consider placing it into a Trust. It will help make sure that your beneficiaries receive the money you intended to leave them with no added delays.
Our Trust Hub contains lots of information about different types of Trust and an interactive tool to help you decide which Trust is best for your needs.
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If you're retired, you may have already started taking your pension annuity.
But what else should you be thinking about?
If you have a with profits policy such as a pension, bond or endowment you can find out more here.
Pension input periods (PIPs) are used by HM Revenue & Customs to determine the right tax year for you. Find out more about your PIP.
Choosing the right pension can be a daunting process, so we've created this jargon buster to explain some of the more complicated words and terms.