More than one in five failing to save for retirement

Salih, Chris
May 2012
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/21/2012, p31
The article reports on a survey which that found that 22 percent of people are not making any provision for their retirement in Great Britain. The Scottish Widows Pensions Index focused on people in the age group of 30 years-old who earn more than 10,000 pounds per year. The survey found that people actually want a 200 pound increase in their annual pension income even as their retirement savings are falling.


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