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Our industry leading reports have been keeping track of the nation’s attitudes towards saving for retirement since 2005. Take a look at our most recent reports now.

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In our 19th annual study of the nation's preparedness for retirement we have redefined what it means to save for a comfortable retirement, and what steps need to be taken so that people can thrive and not merely survive in their latter years. We also take an in depth look at the specific challenges some groups face in saving for retirement - including people living with disabilities, ethnic minorities, the LGBTQ+ community and self-employed workers.

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2023 women & Retirement Report

In our 2023 report, we see that single mothers are less likely to be on track for the most basic lifestyle in retirement. Divorced women are also less likely to be on track in their retirement preparations because, all too often, divorce settlements do not take account of pension assets.

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2023 Green pensions report

We have published our second ever Green Pensions Report, which uncovers the changing priorities of employees and employers when it comes to their future finances.

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Investor Confidence Barometer 2023 Report

With insights from over 1,500 individuals, the Scottish Widows Investor Confidence Barometer provides a unique snapshot of how financial advisers, advised investors and non-advised investors are feeling about today's emerging industry issues. 

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