One in ten women in their 20s have opted out of workplace scheme

Scottish Widows finds one third in age group unaware of how much needed for retirement

Jasmine Urquhart
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Many women in their 20s are worried about not having enough to retire on, Scottish Widows has found
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Many women in their 20s are worried about not having enough to retire on, Scottish Widows has found

One in ten (10%) of women aged between 22 and 29 have opted out of their workplace pension scheme, research from Scottish Widows finds.

The pension provider's research found that, of those who opted out of automatic enrolment (AE), almost one third (29%) said they could not afford to keep up with regular pension contributions, whil...

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