Millennials contributing less towards retirement than in 2012

Victoria Tichá
Millennials contributing less towards retirement than in 2012

Half of millennials were saving into a pension in 2016 but the overall total of their savings has dropped, according to analysis.

In the period between 2010 and 2012 just over a third (35%) of people aged 25 to 34 were contributing to a pension, which rose to over half (54%) by 2016, according to an analysis of Office for Nat...

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