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Evolving retirement landscapeThe introduction of freedom and choice in pensions has opened up new ways for individuals to access their pension savings. However, it also opens individuals up to new challenges, complexity and...
05 AUG 2018
What limits workplace pension saving amongst threshold adults (aged 25-39 years)?This report considers workplace pension saving amongst people in the early stages of adulthood. These are referred to as threshold adults, who are aged between 25 and 39 years old. The findings...
23 JUL 2018
Living the future life - The implications of a longer lifeThis report is the first in a series of publications. It focuses on four different areas of life, how they relate to wellbeing, and how the future might be different to traditional trajectories going...
18 JUL 2018
Evolving retirement outcomesSince the introduction of Freedom and Choice in April 2015 people have had greater flexibility when they come to access their Defined Contribution pension savings. However, Freedom and Choice has...
12 JUL 2018
How would removal of the State Pension triple lock affect adequacy?In 2011, the Coalition Government introduced the “triple lock” mechanism which uprates the new State Pension (nSP) and the basic State Pension (bSP) every year by the greater of the rise in earnings,...
21 MAR 2018
Automatic enrolment in the gig economy: modelling for ZurichIn the UK there are nearly five million self-employed people, from highly-paid management consultants to delivery drivers; an increase of 50% since the turn of the millennium. In addition, there are...
21 FEB 2018