Pension age could be tailored to suit people’s needs



The possibility of replacing the universal state pension age with something more tailored to people’s individual needs has been raised in a government-commissioned review.
Former CBI director general John Cridland was appointed as the government’s independent reviewer of state pension age in March and yesterday a consultation was launched, seeking views on the state pension system of the future.
The review, which was described as a “breath of fresh air” by those 
representing older people, is tasked with eventually making recommendations on a suitable state pension age, with the aim of... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 28
Source: Scotsman
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