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State pension age must rise again, says report - The Guardian

Those aged around 40 should expect to work at least until the age of 68, with the future of the triple-lock also thrown into doubt. Rupert Jones. Thu 23 Mar 2017 02.11 EDT Last modified on Mon 27 Nov 2017 22.17 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter ...and more »

Under 30? You may not get your state pension until 70 - this is why - Mirror.co.uk

Proposed changes to the State Pension Age will hit those in their early 40s and younger hard. They are going to have to work even longer and will see less generous increases in their State Pension - when they do eventually receive it. If ...and more »

Millennials face waiting until 70 to receive state pension - Financial Times

Millions of people in their twenties face not being able to claim their state pension until they are aged 70 under a series of options being considered by the government. The prospect of faster increases to the state pension age was put to ministers ...and more »

Will you have to wait until 68 to retire? Or until you're 70? What state pension age proposals mean for you - This is Money

The state pension age should rise to 68 by 2039 and the 'triple lock' guaranteeing annual payment hikes of 2.5 per cent should be ditched, says a Government-backed report. The proposed age rise - which would affect anyone aged 46 or under today ...and more »

State pension age could be raised to 70, says report - BBC News

Two separate reports for the government have raised the possibility that millions of people may have to work longer to qualify for a state pension. An analysis for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has suggested that workers under the age of ...and more »

Millenials could have to wait until they are 70 until they get a state pension, says Government review - The Independent

Millions of young people could face having to work an extra year before being able to draw a state pension, according to two separate reports. Under projections drawn up by the Government Actuary's Department (GAD), people aged under 30, face working ...and more »

Retirement age could be raised by NINE years - and it's especially bad news if you're in your 40s or younger - Mirror.co.uk

Millions of workers face slogging for an extra year under plans to bring forward a hike in the retirement age. A Government-commissioned review also recommends axing the “triple lock” which sees pensions rise by either inflation, average earnings or 2 ...and more »

State Pension age proposal: Millions could now have to wait until they are 68 to claim - Express.co.uk

The state pension age could increase to 68 by 2039 – seven years earlier than planned, according to former CBI director general John Cridland, the Government's independent reviewer of state pension age. And the triple lock guarantee which sees the ...and more »

Bribe older workers to retire later with cash lump sums, Government adviser recommends - Telegraph.co.uk

Older workers who delay retirement will be entitled to cash lump sums worth thousands of pounds under new recommendations to encourage people work into their 70s. The suggestion, by John Cridland, a former CBI director who is reviewing the state ...and more »

Cridland clears way for state pension age hike to 70 - FT Adviser

The state pension age could increase to 70 by as early as 2057 if the government follows the recommendations set out in John Cridland's review of the state pension age. In his long-awaited final report, released today (23 March) more than a year after ...and more »