£100,000 pensions gap for women in part-time work

£105,000 worse off

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Women typically have £51,100 in their retirement pots
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Women typically have £51,100 in their retirement pots

Women's savings are being cut due to part-time work leaving them £105,000 worse off than men in retirement, research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) and Now Pensions revealed.

Now Pensions' Facing an unequal future - closing the gender pensions gap report - which includes the PPI's research - revealed women who balance part-time work with caring responsibilities are faci...

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