We have over 7.9 million customers in the UK.

Legal & General Group ,
30 June 2014


Personal Pensions.

Personal pensions are a way of saving for your future so you don't have to rely on the State pension alone. You can choose the pension provider, contribution amount and the funds you invest into. Other advantages are: 

  • You get tax relief on the amount you put into your pension plan, subject to certain limits. Visit our tax relief page for more information.
  • Personal pensions allow you (and your current or future employer) to make contributions even if you’re a member of other pension schemes.
  • You can stop, start, increase and decrease your contributions whenever you like.

We offer the following pension products to suit your individual needs: 

  • Stakeholder pension – a straightforward pension that you can apply for online.
  • Portfolio Plus Pension - has a wide range of investment funds to choose from as well as the flexibility to start income drawdown from age 55 and the ability to start self investment in the future. This pension plan is only available through an adviser. 

If you don't have an adviser, you can find one at www.unbiased.co.uk

There are also other pension products available through Cofunds (cofunds.co.uk) and Suffolk Life (suffolklife.co.uk) who are part of the Legal & General group.

Important information

Please note that the value of a pension plan can fall as well as rise and you won't be able to access the money invested in it until you are eligible to take your benefits, which is normally from age 55 onwards.

If you take out a pension, you should review it on a regular basis to make sure that it’s on track to meet your retirement goals.


Your recently viewed items...

You need javascript enabled for us to remember your Recently Viewed Items.

You might also be interested in...

Stakeholder pensions

Our stakeholder pension is a simple, straightforward way to save for your retirement.

Jargon buster

Choosing the right pension can be difficult, which is why we've created this jargon buster to explain some of the most commonly used words and terms. We've also included some new terms you might see used following the Government's Pension Reform from April 2015. The tax information we provide is based on our understanding of current tax law and could change.


Ready to turn your pension fund into an income for life? We can offer extra income for both health risks and medical conditions.