Friday, March 11, 2011

Hutton Tells Public Sector: Work TEN Years Longer for a Smaller Pension

In a bid to save billions of pounds, a major Government report has set the stage for early retirement for state workers to become a thing of the past.
Under the plans, the usual retirement age of 60 would be hiked to that of private sector workers - currently 65 and due to rise to 68.

And the Armed Forces, policemen and firefighters, who can currently claim full pensions at 50, would have to wait another 10 years before they are eligible.'


1 comment:

  1. What pension?

    The pension system is going to collapse, that is if people don't keel over and die first before they can get their hard earned money.


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