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Stakeholder pension

Our Stakeholder Pension Plan is simple and straightforward. You can get started for as little as £20 gross. 

You can choose an individual pension for yourself, or you can set up a Stakeholder pension for a child - starting a pension is a great way to help ease concern for the financial future.

Find out more about our Stakeholder Pension Plan

You can choose which funds you want to invest in. Find out what funds are available on our Stakeholder Investment Choices page.

Pension fund unit prices

Keep up to date with our pension fund unit prices that apply to Legal & General pension plans including Worksave pensions.

Prices are published as soon as they become available.

Frequently asked questions

If you have a question about Stakeholder pensions read our pension FAQs.

Or if you’re not sure what a technical word means, visit our jargon buster  page.

Pension calculators

Find out how much you should be saving to help achieve your desired retirement income.

Contributions calculator

Help your children begin saving.

Stakeholder calculator for children

Cost of delay

The earlier you start saving, the better chance you'll have of achieving your retirement goals. Find out why - the cost of delay

Already have a pension with us?

You'll find customer service forms and lots of useful information about topping-up, transferring, changing your contributions, and accessing your pension pot if you're over 55, on our pages dedicated to existing Legal & General pension customers.

Visit the pensions support section

My Account

Keep track of your Legal & General pension seven days a week through our secure online service, My Account. 

You can:

  • see how your funds are performing
  • switch funds
  • change your regular contributions
  • redirect your contributions
  • change your direct debit details

Register now

Pension Guidance and Advice

We strongly recommend that you seek guidance from the Government’s free and impartial service Pension Wise.

Find out more about guidance or advice

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