Two-in-five self-employed workers do not have a pension and more than half want the law changed to encourage them to save for retirement, according to research from Prudential.
The life company said two-fifths of self-employed workers - the equivalent of two million people - have admitted to having no form of pension and more than one-quarter said they will be reliant on the...
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