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How could increased economic inactivity affect financial resilience among older people?
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) is today publishing a research output, How could increased economic inactivity affect financial resilience among older people? This research has been funded by Age UK.
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) and Age UK are interested in exploring the rise in inactivity among 50-69 year olds, which appears to be mainly as a result of lifestyle choices rather than solely driven by health needs. The research conducted by the PPI was launched at a PPI Roundtable held on Wednesday 22 March. Discussions centred around the findings from the research and recent increases in economic activity among older people and what it might mean for their financial health going forward. The Roundtable was held under The Chatham House Rule and a write up will be added to the PPI website in due course.
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