Greater flexibility may be needed in pension saving, the head of investment propositions at Scottish Widows has said in response to a new study that shows that the next generation may have to start saving at 25 years old to retire by their 70s. Iain McGowan said:
Offering more flexibility that combines the accessibility of an Isa with the tax benefits of a pension could help future generations face up to the twin challenge of saving for short-term financial hurdles like a deposit for a mortgage or a wedding while at the same time setting aside enough for retirement.
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