Meals out and Netflix raise Retirement Living Standards

Two years after their launch, the standards now reflect post-Covid retirement attitudes

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The PLSA said the baskets of goods reflect the world now, rather than the world in the past
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The PLSA said the baskets of goods reflect the world now, rather than the world in the past

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has updated its Retirement Living Standards to reflect the changing attitudes towards retirement post-pandemic.

The trade body's standards were published two years ago and were designed to help people picture the lifestyle they want when they retire and understand the cost of that lifestyle. The updated standards...

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