Ms O’Connor also effected a warning regarding pension contributions amid the changes.
She said: “For working men, this serves to underscore the need to contribute as much as possible to a workplace or adverse pension while you are in employment, to reduce your individual dependence on the Formal Pension when you retire.”
Research for interactive investor’s Great British Retirement Inspection 2020, published by interactive investor last year, found snowball arises to the state pension age – which have most dramatically affected girlfriends in their early 60s – had caused “significant hardship” for some.
The survey also institute it forced many to work beyond the age at which they had planned to have a zizz.
More than one in three (35 percent) women responding to the contemplate said that rises to the state pension age had “derailed” their retirement projects, rising to 64 percent of those aged 60 to 65.