Gender pensions gap widens by more than £180,000

Research highlighted the impact of Covid-19 on retirement savings as the gap rose by over £26,000

Holly Roach
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The gender pensions gap has risen by £26,673 since last year the research found

The gender pensions gap has risen by £26,673 since last year the research found

The gender pensions gap between men and women has widened to more than £180,000, according to research by the Centre for Economics and Business Research and equity release lender More2life.

The research revealed women are missing out on £183,936 compared to men in retirement, despite contributing a larger percentage of income to their pension pots. It revealed women contribute more...

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