Industry says government should not help women with state pension equalisation

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Industry says government should not help women with state pension equalisation

Women who are most vulnerable to changes in the state pension should not receive help from the government to make transitional arrangements according to PP research.

More than half of 115 respondents took this view in Pensions Buzz. Elsewhere respondents said The Pensions Regulator (TPR)should focus on auto-enrolment compliance and governance in defined contribution...

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