A new survey has revealed that the majority of fortysomethings are unaware that the age they can claim their private or workplace-based pension is set to rise from 55 to 57 in six years’ time – a significant change that could affect them.
The PMI – a body for pensions industry professionals – found that fewer than one in five of 2,000 respondents to their survey aged 40-49 were aware of the upcoming changes.
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