PLSA publishes cost of living support guide for schemes

Guidance to provide schemes with a range of cost of living support measures for members

Martin Richmond
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Dabrowski: Giving people support and confidence in their pension saving is an important part of helping everyone achieve a better income in retirement

The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has published guidance for schemes to provide members with support with the increased cost of living.

The trade body's guidance Supporting Savers Through the Cost of Living Crisis: A Resource for Schemes, published yesterday (21 June), provides schemes with a range of materials to assist their memb...

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