Workplace advisers need to help would be retirees to ‘mind the gap’ between paid employment ending and state pension starting, writes Adrian Boulding
Baroness Neville-Rolfe was appointed last year to prepare an independent report making recommendations to the government on what metrics should be considered when setting the state pension age in the future. The call for evidence on this topic, which closed at the end of last April, gathered a great deal of information which is written up in the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) ‘Second State Pension Age Review' report. Final conclusions and recommendations from all this work are due to be published over the next couple of months. The report's grasp of the demographic changes ha...
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