Gender gap: Women end up with half the pension of men by age 50

Career breaks hit pension saving

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Data shows that the gender gap rises with age
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Data shows that the gender gap rises with age

Women accumulate on average £56,000 in their pension funds by age 50 compared to £112,000 saved by men, research by Aegon has found.

The data showed that the gender gap rises with age, as women aged 50, who want to match their male counterpart's pension at retirement, would need to pay an extra £360 into their pension pots each ...

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