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When you decide you want to access your pension pot, our products may help you to make the most of your money. This is an important decision to make and you must consider all of your options carefully.
Before you start, it is vital to remember you can choose from the full range of retirement products and options offered by all providers.

Pension Annuity


A lifetime annuity you can buy using the money from your pension pot. It will pay you an income for the rest of your life.

Cash-Out Retirement Plan

A fixed term contract that will pay you a fixed regular income over a term of between 3 and 25 years.

Fixed Term Retirement Plan

A fixed term contract that will pay you a fixed regular income over a term of between 3 and 25 years, with a fixed lump sum payable at the end of the term.

Income calculator

Our Retirement Income Calculator that allows you to quickly see what income you might expect from Legal & General's range of retirement solutions.

Lifetime Mortgages

A way of releasing some of the equity from your home - tax-free.


A lifetime mortgage creates a debt on your home.

Moneywise Award Winner

Moneywise Pension Award Winner 2017  

Legal & General does not currently offer a flexible income drawdown product on a non-advised basis. However, some Legal & General pension products offer a drawdown option. Please refer to your product documentation for further information.

Ready to get a quote?

You can, at any time, request an online quote for any of our retirement plans.

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

Shop around

Remember, it’s important to shop around and get as much guidance and advice as you need before you make any decisions on what is best for you. Other providers may have more appropriate products or be able to offer a higher level of retirement income.

Jargon buster

We've done our best to avoid complex jargon but take a look at our jargon buster if you need more explanation on any terms we use.

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