Andrew Megson: Why aren't people engaging with their pensions?

Out of sight, out of mind?

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Andrew Megson: "Naturally, many people may feel that retirement is years away, and so will not want to prioritise such long-term savings. However, neglecting retirement strategies and pension savings can land savers in deep water later down the line."
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Andrew Megson: "Naturally, many people may feel that retirement is years away, and so will not want to prioritise such long-term savings. However, neglecting retirement strategies and pension savings can land savers in deep water later down the line."

Andrew Megson explores why people are seemingly unengaged with their pension pots and asks what advisers and the wider financial sphere can do to help...

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