Poor pensions for women has created apathy

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Women put pensions low on their list of priorities, believing it is the job of their partner to provide for retirement, while they worry instead about the needs of their family, suggests new research.

A report published by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) finds women ‘rarely’ have a clear idea of retirement, finding it to be a remote concept, often attached to the retirement of their pa...

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