In Personal Finance on 10 Nov

The prolonged downturn in interest rates is playing havoc with retirement savings. Low interest rates mean people who are saving for retirement can expect a dramatic reduction in their replacement ratio (their pension as a percentage of their final salary) at retirement. In addition, low interest rates affect the guaranteed pension you can buy when you retire. Read Personal Finance to find out the implications for your retirement planning.

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You may have to save a lot more to have an adequate income in retirement. Credit: Colin Daniel

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