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of working age people typically save for short-term goals rather than longer term plans
of working age people are paying into a retirement account each month
of working age people are currently saving for future nursing/care home fees
of working age people are predicting a comfortable retirement
of working age women say they contribute less to their retirement than their partner (compared to 8 per cent of working age men)
of working age women either don't know how much they are saving for their retirement, or haven't started saving at all (compared to 28 per cent of working age men)
of working age women worry they will not have enough money to cover their medical or care expenses in retirement (compared to 54 per cent of working age men)
of women pitch their financial knowledge as higher than their partners (compared to 46 per cent of men)
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Reproduced with permission from The Future of Retirement: Bridging the Gap, published in 2018 by HSBC Holdings plc.
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