Talk Money Week 2020: Pension savings patterns risk post-coronavirus retirement ruin

Hope William-Smith
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Stopping or reducing pensions contributions will begin to affect savers’ retirement outcomes if the habit is sustained too long amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Aon says.

The firm said this week's Talk Money Week - the Money and Pension Service's annual campaign to encourage discussions around money - provided an easy opportunity for reassessing financial goals. ...

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