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Aviva research finds women's pension pots are half the size of men's at 60-65 years old

Aviva research finds women's pension pots are half the size of men's at 60-65 years old

Women’s pension pots are half the size of men’s between the ages of 60 and 65, research from Aviva has found.

Looking at data from five million pension plans in January, Aviva found pension pots are just over half (57%) the size of men's at this age, with workplace pension gaps widening "significantly" fro...

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