Most workers are unaware of pension pot size

Holly Roach
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Women were more likely to be unsure of the size of their pension pots compared men
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Women were more likely to be unsure of the size of their pension pots compared men

More than half (54%) of workers do not know the size of their pension pots, according to research by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).

The trade association's research revealed women were more likely (60%) to be unsure of the size of their pension pot, or pots, compared to 49% of men. The survey - which questioned 2,000 workers - also...

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