PPI: Replacement rates too simple for flexible retirement world

Michael Klimes
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Replacement rates are being made obsolete by the retirement flexibilities introduced in April according to research from the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).

The briefing note, commissioned by JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM), said telling people the income their savings could produce in retirement, expressed as a ratio of their working life income was too...

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