Workplace pension 'safe' but property more profitable, ONS data

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Workplace pension 'safe' but property more profitable, ONS data

Saving into an employer pension scheme is considered the safest way to save for retirement by consumers but many believe they can make more money from buying property, research from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown.

Between July 2014 and December 2015, the research found, two-fifths (41%) of consumers considered workplace pensions the safest option for building their retirement funds, with property coming seco...

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