UK - Confederation of British Industry director general Digby Jones has called on the Chancellor to make pensions and saving for the future the "new cool".
Jones said the government should “provide tangible incentives for the low-paid and all younger people to save for their retirement”.
Jones added that it was the government’s responsibility to lead the way, possibly by tax incentives and stressed that business support for meaningful incentives would be unequivocal.
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