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On average, women will have €153 less a week in pension income to live on than men. That’s over €650 a month or almost €8,000 a year.

(...) stark relief just how poorly women in the workforce fare when it comes to retirement. The issues facing(...)

 Cary Grace, chief executive of Aon’s global retirement and investment business.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

(...)'s global retirement and investment business and has been listed about the 25 most powerful women in finance(...)

Whether you opt for an approved retirement fund (ARF) or an annuity might also be a factor of how much of a tax-free lump sum you can get

(...) your retirement fund when you become a pensioner, it’s time to knuckle down and consider your options(...)

The more engaged you are with your financial health, the better your finances are likely to be. Photograph: iStock

(...) emergency fund There’s possibly no point in building up a rocket-fuelled retirement plan if a broken(...)

“You will have close to somewhere between 43 and 44 years of social insurance coverage – assuming you do keep working up to 2024.”

State retirement age, you will have 25 years of paid contributions – or slightly less, depending on the(...)

Almost half of those with no private pension say they intend to rely on the State pension for their income in retirement. Photograph: iStock

More than half of Ireland’s working adults expect to carry some debt with them into retirement. and(...)

Despite putting so little into retirement savings, Irish workers still expect to have pension income amounting to almost two-thirds of their working income. Photograph: iStock

The findings of an extensive recent survey on retirement planning make for sobering reading. More(...)

Only 15 per cent of Irish people questioned feel confident now about their financial position in retirement.

Only one in six Irish workers is confident about their financial security in retirement, according(...)

 There are certain immutables in retirement options in the public service, and one of those is that your start date in the public service is the day you started – regardless of your changing status. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) head around pensions schemes and retirement options in the public service can be a nightmare(...)

AMP: the company repeatedly lied to the Australian regulator and interfered in the drafting of an independent report. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

(...) retirement on nothing but the State pension, the Government would do well to look at Australia for examples(...)

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