PPI Case studies for Scottish Widows
The Government published proposals for reform of the state pension system in May 2006.
Scottish Widows sponsored the Pensions Policy Institute to produce a series of case studies illustrating the potential outcomes of the reforms on different illustrative individuals. For each case study the amount of state pension income and income from Personal Accounts is calculated assuming that the proposals outlined in the White Paper are introduced. Calculations are made at state pension age, and also ten years after state pension age to illustrate how the amount of income received varies through retirement.
A second set of case studies concentrates on two groups identified by the recent Scottish Widows Pensions Report as having low pension provision: women and the self-employed, and particularly low-earning individuals in these groups.
To download the report, please click here.
To download the executive summary, please click here.
To download the second set of case studies, please click here.
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