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Aegon on future pensioners
October 4, 2017   
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Only 7% of Poles set aside enough money for after retirement while 27% do not make such savings at all, daily Rzeczpospolita writes citing a report by insurer Aegon.
Poles' post-retirement income may amount to just one third of their current wages, Aegon's Arkadiusz Chmurzynski tells the newspaper of his company's estimates.
Meanwhile, according to social insurance board ZUS 54% of post-retirement income will come from the state, with 20% to come from employers and 26% from own savings and investments.
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