Cost-of-living 'squeeze' sees 25% of savers forfeit pension contributions

Women bearing biggest financial burden

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25% of people are cancelling their pensions contributions to combat the rising cost-of-living
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25% of people are cancelling their pensions contributions to combat the rising cost-of-living

A significant portion of UK adults are pulling out of their workplace pension to try and cope with the cost-of-living crisis, research from Charles Stanley has found.

The investment management firm recently conducted a survey of 2,086 UK adults last month to assess what were the key concerns for the general population and how they were reacting to these issues. ...

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