Young workers must save £800 per month: deVere

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The average 30 year old should save £824 a month into a pension to retire comfortably at 65, a financial advice firm says.

Research from the deVere Group added that waiting just one year later to put money away would increase the amount needed by 7.65%, to £887 a month. Waiting until age 40 or 50 to start saving would mean...

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