FINLAND - People are still retiring far too early in Finland despite efforts to push back the retirement age by two to three years, the Finnish Centre for Pensions (Eläketurvakeskus/ETK) has found.
On average, Finnish people retired with earnings-related pensions at an average age of 59 years, and there has been no notable change in recent years despite various initiatives. Recent calcula...
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