How Much Are People Around the UK Saving for Retirement?
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Pensions are a hot topic at the moment, encouraging people to think more about saving and do their homework on the subject matter.
Fintech company, True Potential, has created a graphic offering an insight into how the UK is currently saving towards their retirement.
Read on and find out which parts of the UK are contributing the most and the least towards their pensions.