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Nearly a third of school children are already worried about saving enough money for their retirement, despite it being more than half a century away.
Scottish Widows has found that young people are more financially savvy than given credit for, as its research reveals 11-18-year-olds have a mature attitude to managing future finances.
Far from blowing pocket money on sweets, games and fashion, almost three quarters of UK kids say they regularly save money (72%) and believe it is ‘a good habit for later in life’ (44%).
Aston spoke to pensions expert Robert Cochran to discuss the research in further detail.
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