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Plans for expatriate retirement may be hit by pension black holes

As many as two-thirds of the UKâ??s pension schemes may be at risk of failure. According to a recent report by the Pensions Protection Fund, (PPF), by the end of last year some 3,710 schemes were in deficit, with shortfall totals hitting £210 billion. In percentage terms, 66.4 per cent of the 5.588 PPF-monitored pension pots are at risk... Expats Blog -
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