The costs of delaying an increase in AE contributions

Standard Life and WPI Economics report estimates costs across three key areas

Jonathan Stapleton
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The cost of delaying contribution increases builds up over time
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The cost of delaying contribution increases builds up over time

The impact of delaying an increase in auto-enrolment (AE) contributions will pose significant costs to retirement income, the economy and add substantially to the costs of housing in retirement, a Phoenix Group report shows.

The report – Falling behind the curve: The costs of delaying an increase in AE contributions, the second report WPI Economics has produced for Phoenix – considered the cost of delaying an increase ...

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