Article preview: There is a significant gap between the pension wealth of men and women. On International Women’s Day, new research has shown that the typical woman in her twenties today will be £100,000 poorer (in pension terms) than her male peers. The research from insurer Scottish Widows found that women would need to work for an additional 40 years to close this pension wealth gap.
How to close the gender pensions gap
This 342-word blog post, on International Women’s Day, looks at new research from insurer Scottish Widows describing the scale of the gender pensions gap and a solution for closing this gap. Written on 8th March 2021.
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