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ScotEq push for early pension provision

Scottish Equitable is enlisting the support of IFAs in a drive to convince the public of the dramatic benefits of taking a pension out at an early age.


The life office is distributing a series of leaflets to IFAs to help them warn the public of the high price they will pay in benefit terms if they delay saving for a pension.


The leaflets ram home the point that a 40 year old starting a pension will have to pay more than double the contributions of a twenty year old to achieve the same level of coverage in retirement.

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