The age of reason

October 2015
Retirement Strategy;10/22/2015, p14
The article argues that issues in pension provision for women include increases in the state pension age and access and lack of it and states that due to the different state pension ages, they have pensions calculated under old system and government can give women access to pension in advance.


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