Nine pension firms urge chancellor to widen AE access

They are urging the government to give more workers greater access to AE

Holly Roach
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Nine pension firms urge chancellor to widen AE access

Nine UK pension companies and thinktank Onward have urged the government to widen access to auto-enrolment (AE).

The thinktank and pension firms wrote to chancellor Rishi Sunak today (4 March) warning younger people, part time workers and those on lower incomes should have greater access to AE. In the letter they...

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