State Pension under fire again

State Pension under fire again

Back in the early summer, Lord Adair Turner, former chairman of the FSA and Pensions Commission, proposed raising the state pension age to 70 by 2030.  This would affect those workers who are currently aged 56 and under and who would need to work even longer before gaining entitlement to their state pension.  Lord Turner  was speaking at a private event and suggested proposals for introducing earlier access for those in physically demanding jobs or those on low incomes.

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