Expected standard of living in retirement for DC savers on the rise

Falls in actual returns were offset by rises in expected future returns

Jonathan Stapleton
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Arends: ""With inflation running high, savers may be tempted to cut back or even stop pension contributions."
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Arends: ""With inflation running high, savers may be tempted to cut back or even stop pension contributions."

The expected future living standard in retirement provided by defined contribution (DC) savings rose during the second quarter, latest analysis by Aon reveals.

The consultancy said its UK DC pension tracker rose over the three months to the end of June but said this "surprising" rise in expected future living standards masked a more complex picture, and o...

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