PPI research finds DC savers at risk of inadequate retirement

2023 Future Book finds longer life expectancy risks inadequate DC pensions for young savers

Jasmine Urquhart
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Life expectancy changes could mean future retirees will face inadequate incomes
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Life expectancy changes could mean future retirees will face inadequate incomes

Younger savers will be forced to choose between pensions adequacy and sustainability without policy shift, Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) research finds.

The research body's 2023 DC Future Book - published in association with Columbia Threadneedle Investments - found that while defined contribution (DC) savers and retirees are living longer and wil...

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