Millions to work longer as state pension age to be increased under new government plans 

News / Tue 24th Jan 2023 at 08:26am

THE retirement age is set to rise to 68 by the end of the 2030s under new Government plans reports The Sun.

Millions born in the 1970s and later are likely to be told they must work for longer as early as the March Budget.

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8 Comments for Millions to work longer as state pension age to be increased under new government plans :

David Vincent
2023-01-24 09:33:34

State retirement age should be based on the physical and mental demands of certain occupations. How are we supposed to reduce youth unemployment when we are forcing senior citizens to work till they drop?

2023-01-24 13:47:20

In France last week they were on the streets protesting about a rise in pension age..........in the UK nothing.

2023-01-24 13:50:56

They wonder why people aren't bothered about getting a pension, we are never going to reach it

Bruce Downey
2023-01-24 15:06:59

They should start means testing the state pension would save billions. Upper and middle class are on lucrative private pensions that’s why they retire at the earliest opportunity 50ish and live the life of luxury. Don’t be greedy refuse the state pension.

2023-01-24 17:02:03

Jarret in France working class is big!!! ,unfortunately in a Uk much smaller The bigest group in a UK is the one on benefits, cut benefits and you will see real protest 😆

Luke Burton
2023-01-24 20:01:54

I don't anticipate to get a state pension by the time I retire. People that have saved dilligently into a workplace or private pension won't get anything from the state either, I bet as it will be means tested.

2023-01-24 20:04:29

Bruce Downey is wrong. People paying NI are entitled to their State pensions. With greater life expectancy, it is not unreasonable to alter retirement ages. We do appear to have too many people on benefits and bogus asylum seekers.

2023-01-25 11:01:26

Bruce Downey I agree but they should means test all benefits I don't see why wealthy people should be allowed to claim free taxpayer funded Mutability cars as this is a benefit that is not means tested.

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