Number of single mums ineligible for AE soars

Covid-19 and childcare issues see those ineligible rise from 45% to 58%

Martin Richmond
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Number of single mums ineligible for AE soars

The number of single mothers who are ineligible for auto-enrolment (AE) into a workplace pension scheme has soared over the last two years, latest research reveals.

The analysis - carried out by Now Pensions and the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) found 58% of single mothers are now ineligible for AE, up from 45% in 2020. The research also found that pensio...

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