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The ii Great British Retirement Survey 2020

A real picture of life after work and the challenges posed by Covid-19.

The ii Great British Retirement Survey 2020 paints a realistic picture of life after work.

While policymakers have focused their attention on preserving the incomes of workers and keeping us safe, Covid-19 has placed additional pressure on retirement plans up and down the country.

We are grateful to the thousands of people who spared their time to share their hopes, fears and aspirations in such detail. Whether it is to do with wealth, health, relationships or leisure, it shows just how untapped real pension attitudes are.

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30 November

Married couples plan better for retirement than singles

How well prepared you are for retirement can depend to some degree on marital status, research shows.

by Marc Shoffman

 

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