The annuity comparison service compares annuities using the information you provide.
Please be aware that this service doesn't provide financial advice.
If you require advice and already use a financial adviser then we suggest you speak to them. If you don't currently have a financial adviser, you can find more information about how to find an adviser in your area and other useful independent resources on our site
The Royal London Annuity Bureau enables you to compare a range of annuities offered by a number of providers who are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It's just like shopping around for car or home insurance.
Research by the FCA in 2014 identified that 80% of people who didn’t shop around for their annuity income could have received more income. It's therefore worth shopping around for your annuity.
Our online planner compares annuities from the following providers:
|Aviva||Canada Life||Hodge Lifetime|
|Legal and General||Scottish Widows|
We don't charge an upfront fee for our services or for the provision of information. However, we may be paid commission by the provider you select for your annuity.
Any commission payable to us is illustrated in the quotations you receive.
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