Wednesday 11 February 2015

Today’s workers, tomorrow’s retirement problem

The proportion of people saving into a workplace pension is rising again after decades of decline. But too few people are saving enough for an adequate retirement income.

How can people be persuaded to save not spend when wages are already stretched? Are there cheaper, fairer alternatives to the £35bn spent on pension tax relief?

Steve Webb MP explained his future reform agenda on pensions, as well as savings and debt, which was followed by an expert panel discussion.