PLSA publishes retirement living standards to help savers 'picture their future'

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The PLSA's retirement living standards aim to help members engage with their pension
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The PLSA's retirement living standards aim to help members engage with their pension

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has unveiled a retirement living standards tool to help members engage with their pension and set retirement targets.

Launched at its annual conference in Manchester today (17 October), the standards are aimed at helping people to "picture their future retirement", what that might cost, and give them more confidence about...

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