Our Online Service makes it easy and convenient to see and service your policy at a time that suits you. Once registered, you’ll be able to check the value of your policy, view important documents, send us secure messages and change your personal information and preferences. Registration is easy and only takes five minutes - all you need is your policy number.
Customer update on servicing
Our servicing teams are extremely busy and we’re aware some customers are experiencing lengthy delays. We apologise for any inconvenience this may be causing. This is not the service we want to provide. Please be assured, we’re actively working to resolve this position as soon as we can.
There are other ways to get information about your policy. For most of our products, you can manage your policy online by logging in or registering for your Online Service. Registration is easy and only takes five minutes – all you need is your policy number. There are a small number of products not currently available online, and these are listed on the registration page.
For most of our products, the quickest and easiest way to view both your latest and historical P60's is through our Online Service.
If you’re not registered, all you’ll need is your policy number which can be found on any letter we’ve sent you.
It will be available through our Online Service for registered users from around 1 week after the end of the tax year. If you're registering for our Online Service for the first time, please allow 48 hours for it to be available.
Otherwise, we'll post your end of year tax certificate (P60) by 31 May each year.
If you've lost your P60, you can send us a secure message to request a copy.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will notify us of any tax code changes whenever they issue a new code to you. If you think your tax code or tax is incorrect, you need to contact the HMRC in the first instance:
Pay As You Earn and Self Assessment
HM Revenue & Customs
Telephone (from UK): 0300 200 3300
Telephone (from abroad): +44 135 535 9022
You'll need your National Insurance number and policy number. They might ask for Prudential’s tax district and reference number (or PAYE reference) which you can find on your end of year tax certificate (P60).
For most of our products, your annual statement and latest valuation can be found easily through our Online Service. If you’re not registered, all you’ll need is your policy number which can be found on any letter we’ve sent you.
For most of our products, the quickest and easiest way to update your address is through our Online Service. If you’re not registered, all you’ll need is your policy number which can be found on any letter we’ve sent you.
To change your name, we’ll need a signed letter from you with details of your previous name and your new name. We’ll also need one of the following original documents: a Marriage Certificate, Civil Partnership Certificate, Decree Absolute or a Deed Poll.
Please send the letter, including your policy number, to Prudential, Lancing, BN15 8GB. We’ll return your document to you straight away.
If you're thinking about taking a lump sum from your bond, the easiest way is usually through our Online Service. If you’re not registered, all you’ll need is your policy number which can be found on any letter we’ve sent you.
It’s important that you understand all your options and the impact of any changes you make. Please read the important considerations page before you make any changes. You’ll also find our contact details here. We always recommend you speak to your financial adviser before making any changes to your investment.
If you don’t have a financial adviser, you can find one at unbiased.co.uk
Before you can top-up your personal pension plan, there are certain conditions which need to be met before you can make any changes.
We recommend you get financial advice to help you make decisions about your pension savings and your retirement options. If you don't have a financial adviser you can find one at unbiased.co.uk.
Before you can manage Prudential policies or investments on behalf of someone else, we’ll need to check the power of attorney you hold, your details and the details of the policy holder.