The Under-pensioned 2016
The Under-pensioned 2016 is a report that explores differences in pension income over the last two decades and how these differences may change in the future.
Previous PPI research concluded that women, disabled people and people from ethnic minority groups are more likely to have the characteristics associated with lower pension incomes. The 2016 report revisits the earlier work and explores how state and private pension incomes have changed for people from these groups as well as for carers and the self-employed. The report measures whether, and by how much, differences in pension income have reduced and how they might evolve in future, in the light of recent policy developments.
The report is sponsored by Age UK, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, The People’s Pension and The Trades Union Congress.
Please click here to read the report.
Please click here to read the press release.
To read up on the launch event, please click here.
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