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On 6th December 2017, we (Legal & General Assurance Company Limited) entered into a sale agreement to transfer our older style individual life, savings and pensions products (the Mature Savings business) to Swiss Re.
15 September 2017 is Pension Awareness Day. Why not take a moment this Pension Awareness Day to take stock? Have you started taking your pension income? What do you, (or will you) need from your retirement income? What are your options? And where can you find out more?
Increasingly Millenials are looking for support on the property ladder. Will it still be there? Our infographic explains the the state of affairs.
When it comes to personal finances many of us don’t know where to start. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Rough Guides to offer you a series of practical, no-nonsense guides to your money.
Changing weather patterns can increase the risk of flooding. For example, the unprecedented storms in the winter of 2015 flooded 16,000 homes in the north of England.
Buying your first home is one of the most exciting things you can do – but it’s also one of the scariest. With loads to think about and constantly changing information about mortgages, rates and what you should and shouldn’t do, we came up with a simple guide to stepping onto the first rung of the property ladder.
Looking to rent? Not sure where to start? Our 6 tips will help you on your way to finding your perfect home.
Our CEO Nigel Wilson hosts a panel answering your questions about retirement and the Government's new rules on pensions.
The biggest changes to UK pensions for years came into effect in 2015. Here are some of the things you need to know.
Sweeping Budget reforms will free up the way people can spend their pension savings. It’ll be possible to blow your pension pot on anything you fancy – even a Lamborghini, as stated by Pensions Minister Steve Webb when defending the changes.
Lost in jargon, technical speak and changing legislation? If you’re retiring after 2016 here’s a start on what you need to know about the different kinds of pension and who can claim what.
Storms can be severe and leave a trail of destruction in their wake from flooding, strong winds and lightning.
Congratulations! It’s a proud moment. Your son or daughter has got their place at university or college, and they’re heading off into the world.
Applications for student finance are now open. If you’re confused about tuition fees and student loans, read on before you apply.
Some people need extra help to get on the property ladder for the first time, or to make the move to the next dream house. We know times can be tough, and not everyone can rely on the bank of mum and dad to help them.
Looking for a mortgage can seem daunting. Here's a guide with simple explanations of the most common terms and products.
Buying or moving home soon? Even if you’re not ready quite yet, take a look at our handy checklist of things to do before you buy or move.
Highlights from our independent expert panel talking about Pension changes in April 2015.
Our expert panel of Michelle Cracknell, the Chief Executive of The Pensions Advisory Service, James Dean, the Head of Retirement Strategy at Age Partnership, and personal finance journalist Jasmine Birtles share their top tip for saving for retirement.
Highlights from our independent expert panel talking about when you should start planning for your retirement.
Michelle Cracknell, CEO of Pensions Advisory Service, talks about the changes to the rules around pensions and how to plan for retirement.
Research suggests women need to start saving earlier for their pension. Find out if that’s the case for you and how to go about providing for your future.
You’ll have a million hopes and dreams for your future - big and small.
Could you live off the State Pension alone? Take a look at our breakdown of living expenses in retirement compared to the new State Pension coming in 2016, and find out if you could.
Do you have a lost pension pot from your past?
What lessons can you give your children to make sure they grow up having a healthy attitude towards money?
You’ve made it! Your working life as you know it has drawn to a close and you can finally enjoy the benefits of all those years of working and saving.
Do you want to know more about pensions, saving for retirement or your options at retirement?