Auto-enrolment remains 'resilient' during pandemic despite contribution increases

Nest report

Holly Roach
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Nest said members have been able to continue saving in the same way
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Nest said members have been able to continue saving in the same way

Auto-enrolment participation rates remained resilient during the Covid-19 pandemic and in the wake of minimum contribution increases, according to a report by Nest Insight.

The firm's third annual Retirement Savings in the UK report revealed between April 2019 and September 2020, despite predictions that significant numbers of people would stop saving for retirement i...

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