Retirement age Ireland: Two in three men will not live long enough to benefit from an increase in their retirement age to 67

People deferring their state pension at 66 under radical plans the government is working on would have to live for decades to recoup from the move.

The government plans to keep the statutory retirement age at 66 – but those who continue to work after that and defer receiving the statutory pension will get a higher pension at retirement age.

https://www.independent.ie/business/personal-finance/pensions/two-out-of-three-men-will-not-live-long-enough-to-gain-from-deferring-their-retirement-age-to-67-41898846.html Retirement age Ireland: Two in three men will not live long enough to benefit from an increase in their retirement age to 67

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