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ONS data released today showed a slowing of improvement to mortality rates – a development which could push back the increase of state retirement age, according to Royal London.
Australia is the best prepared World Cup qualifying country when it comes to retirement planning with England in third place, according to analysis carried out by Scottish Widows of the 32 countries taking part in this year’s World Cup.
New research by Aegon revealed that 38% of individuals were not confident about their ability to retire comfortably, with many unprepared when it came to pension savings and arrangements for funding their retirement. 
Longevity and a decade of historically low interest rates have created “a dangerous cocktail” for the over-50s generation, according to new joint research by the London Institute of Banking & Finance and Seven Investment Management.
Research by Aegon has revealed that 64% of people had multiple pensions.
Stock market volatility and economic uncertainty have led to a sharp spike in over-50s being risk-averse with their pension savings, new research indicated.
National IFA LEBC The Retirement Adviser has called for clarity for consumers considering pension transfers.

Bosses who have jeopardised defined benefit pension schemes could be fined retrospectively, Secretary of State Esther McVey has announced.

Police have raided four homes and businesses as part of an investigation into “poorly-run pension schemes suspected of links to cold-calling”.
An ex-President of the Institute of Financial Planning has penned a new book showcasing ‘inspiring’ people aged 60 – 90 that demonstrate how to make the most of retirement.
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