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Vahey, Rachel
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/30/2009, p24
In this article the author discusses aspect of default retirement age in Great Britain that the government issued recentlty. It allows the employers to retire people at the age of 65 but if they would like to extend their service the default retirement age will be abolished. She notes that the government sees people to work continuously after state pension age to fund the gap between what their pension pots and state pension can pay for long retirement and potential healthcare.


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