Majority of Gen X worried about retirement adequacy

Just Group report finds many in 1965-81 cohort are supporting adult children or elderly relatives

Jasmine Urquhart
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Gen X savers are at risk of inadequate retirement incomes due to the cost of living, Just Group says
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Gen X savers are at risk of inadequate retirement incomes due to the cost of living, Just Group says

The majority (52%) of those in ‘Generation X’ are worried about having enough money saved to achieve a good standard of living in retirement.

The survey from Just Group, which looked at responses from 1,057 Gen X workers in August this year, found almost one third (29%) said they were supporting their adult children (aged 21 and over) fi...

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