More than half of baby boomers who have changed their planned retirement date have failed to inform their pension provider, which could mean they miss out on years of financial gain, warned Dunstan Thomas director of retirement Adrian Boulding.
Dunstan Thomas's report Engaging with Baby Boomers found more than half (51%) of baby boomers have not told their pension providers of any planned changes to their retirement age, and almost half (49%)...
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