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How longevity is turning retirement planning on its head

For generations, life expectancy has been steadily increasing, with more and more people now likely to live to 100.

Scottish Widows’ pension expert Robert Cochran tackles this longevity landscape with economist and co-author of the book ‘The 100-Year Life’, Andrew Scott, in episode one of Scottish Widows’ new podcast series – “The Future of Financial Planning”. Click below for a preview.

For the full podcast and more insight, case studies and expert guidance on retirement planning, visit Scottish Widows’ website.

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