It was commissioned by the Irish Association of Pension Funds and conducted by Red C Research, Nearly half of all adults - 47% - believe the State pension will be their main source of income in retirement, followed by just less than one in three - 27% - who believe their private pension will be their main source of income, and one sixth - 15% - who identified savings as their key retirement pot.
What does IAPF stand for?
IAPF stands for Irish Association of Pension Funds (Dublin, Ireland)
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The non-profit-making Irish Association of Pension Funds was established nearly 30 years ago to represent the interests of pension scheme members and promote the financial security of all retired people.
Jerry Moriarty, director of the Irish Association of Pension Funds, said: "You would have to be someone who has a lot of money to consider this sort of a scheme, and [either] be comfortable making your own investment decisions or prepared to pay charges that would be quite high.
The Irish Association of Pension Funds gathering was told the average member of such schemes would have to significantly increase their contributions if they were to enjoy a sufficient income upon retirement.
MORE than 300,000 workers face pension shortfalls unless they double their payments, the Irish Association of Pension Funds (IPAF) revealed yesterday.
THE Irish Association of Pension Funds acted yesterday to calm nerves over the future worth of pensions - but added that savers should not be too optimistic.
JOHN FEELY, chairman of the Irish Association of Pension Funds, writes: It seems like it never rains but it pours.