Incorrect state pension forecasts means many face a poorer retirement – how big a problem is it? The This is Money podcast
We often talk about good retirement planning being key to a more secure and happier future – but what happens if the figures you were working on were completely wrong, and it’s not your maths to blame?
Editor Simon Lambert, assistant editor Lee Boyce and host Georgie Frost discuss a string of incorrect state pension forecasts sent out that will result in many facing a poorer retirement than expected.
The Government only admits to making occasional errors but a former Pensions Minister reckons the latest cases could just be the tip of the iceberg.
Elsewhere, we talk about a new code which will be give better protection against authorised push payment scams, which costs people millions of pounds each year.
We update on Tesco Bank and its stops mortgage lending and explores the sale of its loan book.
Simon gives an overview of Buffettology – how can you can potentially channel your inner Warren Buffett to become a better investor.
Could you be rich from the Premium Bonds and not even know it? And which firms offer the best salaries in Britain? It’s all crammed inside this week’s podcast.
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