Gender savings gap leaves half of female workers feeling financially unprepared for retirement

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More than half of female employees admit to feeling financially unprepared for their retirement, as evidence emerges of a gender savings gap in new research* from Close Brothers and the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA). The research finds that 51% of female workers feel financially unprepared, compared to around a third (35%) of male workers.

Posted inNews archiveon21 Nov 2017 More than half of female employees (51%) admit to feeling financially unprepared for their retirement compared to 35% of male workers Female workers are twice as likely to have less than £5,000 in workplace savings compared to their

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