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The ii Great British Retirement Survey 2019

A real picture of life after work and the challenges of getting there

The ii Great British Retirement Survey 2019 paints a realistic picture of life after work.

Far from the cliched tanned, silver-hair couples smiling at us from cruise ships and golf courses, our research shows retirement – and navigating the route there – is not always so polished.

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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Latest pensions, SIPPs & ISA articles

3 December

Why 200,000 parents risk smaller state pension

Thousands of women face a reduced state pension because child benefit credits are in the wrong name.

by Stephen Little

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