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Sixty per cent of adults don’t know how much state pension is worth

9th May, 2015
Jerry Moriarty, chief executive, Irish Association of Pension Funds

Three in five Irish adults do not know how much the state pension is, according to a report from the Irish Association of Pension Funds (IAPF).

The national survey, commissioned by the IAPF and conducted by iReach, concluded that many people simply avoid thinking about retirement for much of their working lives.

According to the survey results, which will be published this week to coincide with the IAPF’s annual defined contribution conference on Thursday in...

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