A new life expectancy of 120?

Shannon Buckley | 01 August 2011
The pension problem in the United Kingdom, and indeed the rest of the world, is not going away A report from the independent Workplace Retirement Income Commission released today warns that, shockingly, almost three quarters of private sector staff in the United Kingdom will be unable to adequately exist when they retire due to a low level of savings and the complex, costly and inefficient pensions system.
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