PPI om brittiska pensioner

How many people aged between age 50 and State Pension Age in 2011 might be able to meet a target replacement rate of retirement income? Fewer people will be able to meet a target replacement rate of working life income that would allow them to replicate working life living standards by their State Pension Age, using only state pension and benefit income and private pension income: •    Around 40% of those aged between 50 and State Pension Age in 2011 and still in work might have sufficient state and private pension income to meet a target working life replacement rate by their State Pension Age. •    Around 10% of those aged between 50 and State Pension Age in 2011 and still in work may be able to meet their target replacement rate if they continue to work and save for a further one to five years after State Pension Age. •    Around 5% of those aged between 50 and State Pension Age in 2011 and still in work may be able to meet their target replacement rate if they continue to work and save for a further six to ten years after State Pension Age. •    Around 45% of those aged between 50 and State Pension Age in 2011 and still in work, might need to work and save for 11 or more years after their State Pension Age in order to meet a target replacement rate of working life income.

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