Article preview: The gender pension gap is a well-documented phenomenon, with women typically entering retirement with smaller pension pots than men. In recent years, this gender pension gap has closed considerably. It now stands at just 1%, the narrowest gender pension gap on record, because more women are saving towards a comfortable retirement. The latest figures show that 59% of women are saving adequately for their retirement, compared with 60% of men.
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This 539-word blog post considers new research from insurer Scottish Widows that shows despite a narrowing gender pension gap, structural issues remain which mean women habitually save less towards retirement than men. Written on 11th November 2020.
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