UK retirement age will be '3.5 years early' by 2050

Pension age policies need to be updated

James Phillips
clock • 2 min read
UK retirement age will be '3.5 years early' by 2050

The UK’s retirement age policy is “well below” that needed to ensure intergenerational fairness and will fall further behind as the century progresses, an expert has warned.

While the UK seeks to pursue a policy of an equilibrium between working life and retired life, current policy puts the UK on track to have a retirement age up to 3.5 years below that required for fairness....

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