Retirement living standards will help savers picture their future

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Peaple: Standards designed to provide practical and meaningful starting point on a saver’s retirement journey
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Peaple: Standards designed to provide practical and meaningful starting point on a saver’s retirement journey

The retirement living standards must be widely adopted by schemes to help millions of savers truly understand how to achieve the retirement lifestyle they desire, says Nigel Peaple.

When the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) launched Hitting the Target in 2018, we said that it was our ambition for the forthcoming retirement living standards to become a widely-adopted...

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