Untouched DC pension wealth 'doubles' raising concerns about lost pots

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"It can be difficult knowing who to talk to so that these savings can be relocated especially if the amount of money is unlikely to make a tangible difference to their quality of life." - Duncan Watson
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"It can be difficult knowing who to talk to so that these savings can be relocated especially if the amount of money is unlikely to make a tangible difference to their quality of life." - Duncan Watson

Defined contribution (DC) pension wealth in the UK has more than doubled since the start of auto-enrolment in 2012, raising concerns about lost pensions.

According to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), preserved DC pension wealth - where no withdrawals or contributions are being made - rose from £139bn in the two year period betw...

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