Most savers not on track for a decent retirement

Hargreaves Lansdown found less than 40% are on track to achieve a ‘moderate’ income

Holly Roach
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Most savers not on track for a decent retirement

Less than 40% of people are on track to achieve a decent retirement, according to Hargreaves Lansdown.

The firm's newly launched savings and resilience barometer found just 39.7% of people are on track to achieve the ‘moderate level' of income as set out in the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's...

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