The publication of Asset Accumulation across the Life Course on September 17th has attracted significant media coverage for the ILC-UK:

In addition to a number of radio interviews, the research was reported on in the national press:

The Times (18/09)
While the old grow richer, the young get poorer
This is a column by David Willetts MP responding to the research, available here:

Financial Times (17/09)
Warning on effect of house prices

Daily Mail (17/09)
Young gambling on property to finance their retirement.

Metro (17/09)
'Wealthy' 30-year-olds are drowning in debt

Daily Express (17/09)
'Don't rely on your home to fund old age'

The Scotsman (17/09)
Pensions saving fall as property seen as way to fund retirement

Yorkshire Post (17/09)
Decline in pension plan contributors


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