The arrival of baby Edward Stapleton last week means I'm in the hot seat for the next couple of weeks. While young Edward is many years away from having to think about his retirement I can't help but wonder what it might look like for today's babies and small children.
Of course it's difficult to predict so far ahead - especially given the rate of change in recent years. We have seen state pension age increase, the introduction of auto-enrolment and the abolition of...
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