THE NUMBER of active members of private sector pension schemes declined by 100,000 in 2005, latest figures from the Government Actuary's Department reveal.
The 2005 GAD survey of occupational pension schemes reports that active scheme membership in the UK stood at 4.7m last year, down from 4.8m in 2004 and continuing a decline that started in 1991. The...
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