Growing pensions divide among Baby Boomer savers

Savers with DB schemes able to derive more from their pension towards retirement income

Martin Richmond
clock • 2 min read
Growing pensions divide among Baby Boomer savers

Baby Boomer savers with defined benefit (DB) pensions were able to derive more from their pension towards their retirement income than those with defined contribution (DC) pensions, according to a new report by Dunstan Thomas.

The report, Exploring Baby Boomers' Lengthening Journeys to Full Retirement, published today (21 July) carried out a survey of 1,272 Baby Boomers (savers born between 1946 and 1964) to find out wha...

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