Pension - No Chance

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Pensions, Annuities & Retirement Planning
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When I started my apprenticeship in 1978 and we were eventually allowed on the shop floor, the Superintendent talked to us about the benefits of working for such a nice organisation and the subsidised shop, sports club and social niceties. He also told us about the company pension scheme, where he advised us to 'NOT PUT A PENNY IN IT AS BY THE TIME YOUS REACH RETIREMENT AGE, THERE'LL NOUGHT LEFT IN THE POT'

I am afraid to say, what he said could be true!

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