UK - The majority of financial advisers would support a government move to raise the state retirement age from 65 to 70, research by Axa shows.
The insurance giant found that 62% of advisers said their clients would save more if the retirement age was increased.
Compulsory employee contributions were backed by 52% of advisers while only 44% supported the introduction of mandatory employer contributions.
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