It's socially responsible to save

It's socially responsible to save

Linda Ellett says people are not saving enough for retirement. Alison Rowe and Suneet Chavda give their views on why this is not easy.



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Fighting the war against pensions apathy by Linda Ellett

"It is socially irresponsible for those who can afford to save not to do so."

You can't blame young professionals for not saving by Alison Rowe

"Employers and saving scheme providers need to show that they recognise the struggle younger workers are facing."

A savings model for life's different stages by Suneet Chavda

"Genuine pension or post-retirement saving should begin at age 40."

This article represents the views of the author only, and does not necessarily represent the views or professional advice of KPMG in the UK.

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