Have you started investing in a pension? Thinking about your financial needs in later life may seem far away. It's never too early to start a pension for yourself or a child, though. For every day that you hesitate, that's less money saved to enjoy and support yourself financially when you need it. Anyone can begin putting money aside into a Stakeholder pension for a child - and starting it early gives the pot more time to grow and is a great way to help ease concern for their financial future. We have over 50 years' worth of experience in the pension market and our Stakeholder Pension Plan offers a simple, tax-efficient way to save.

Risks and important information:

  • All investments and funds carry an element of risk. It's important you read the Stakeholder pension plan key features (PDF: 879KB) and the accompanying fund brochure, Choosing your investment fund (W13814) (PDF: 218KB)  for information about the risks.
  • The value of the investments that make up the pension pot can fall as well as rise, and is not guaranteed. It is particularly important to remember this if you are close to taking your benefits.
  • Any money in the pension pot is tied up until the plan holder takes their benefits, currently any time from age 55.
  • The information detailed is based on our understanding of current law relating to pensions. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.