Despite the pressures of student debt or trying to get on the property ladder, people aged between 25 and 34 years old are more likely than many older workers to be planning to increase their retirement saving over the next year, the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) found.
What does NAPF stand for?
NAPF stands for National Association of Pension Funds
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- National Association of Police Equipment Distributors
- National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency
- National Association for Physical Education in Higher Education
- National Association of Professional Employer Organizations
- National Association of Professional Employers (est. 1984; Alexandria, VA)
- National Association of Professional Enrollment Specialists, Inc.
- National Association of Photo Equipment Technicians
- National Association of Photographic Equipment Technicians (Australia)
- National Association of Professional and Executive Women
- National Alliance Party of Fiji (political party)
- National Association of Pilgrim Fellowship
- National Association of Pipe Fabricators
- Non Aqueous Phase Fluid (contaminants)
- North American Powerlifting Federation
- Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
- National Association of Personal Financial Advisors
- National Automobile Pollution and Fuel Authority (regulatory body; India)
- National Physical Fitness Award
- National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (Washington, DC)
- National Association of Police Fleet Managers (UK)
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The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) said only 13% of final salary pensions were open to new joiners last year - a fall of a third from 2011.
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) said only 13% of final salary pensions were open to new joiners last year, a fall of a third from 2011.
In its latest survey, the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) revealed 25% started their first day in a new job not knowing if a pension was on offer, while 6% signed an employment contract ignorant about the pension provision.
A commission set up by the National Association of Pension Funds uncovered "widespread concern" about the charges, risks and complexity of the pensions of 23 million workers.
The National Association of Pension Funds said there was a clear risk under the proposed system that workers who were automatically enrolled into their company pension scheme could miss out on means-tested benefits as a result of saving towards their retirement.
The National Association of Pension Funds called for the basic state pension and the state second pension to be combined into a new foundation pension.
Nearly two out of five people also think pensions are the best vehicle for retirement saving, beating property and tax-free ISAs, according to the National Association of Pension Funds.