“Tonight let’s get some – and live while we’re young!” goes the song, and for many of us, that’s what we do when we’re youthful and beautiful, and spend what money we have (and often don’t have) like there’s no tomorrow.
An increase in life expectancy rates could leave the UK with a multi-billion pound pension bill, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Pension provision is certainly high up in today’s political agenda and recent UK wide strikes protesting against public sector pension plans demonstrate the strong feeling on the subject.
It has been announced MPs have voted to increase women’s state pension age to 66 years old by 2020. Find out what this means for you and your pension.