'You are groomed to work to a retirement date' - BBC News

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Her day job is working on staff pensions, but Karen Ward admits she became a little bit complacent about her own retirement plans.

The 58-year-old, who has worked at insurer Aviva for 39 years, said she needed a more open mind about what to do in later life.

"I didn't think about my own [pension]. I'm not like a bricklayer who wants to build their own wall at home," she said.

So, she signed up to her employer's "mid-life MOT" - three sessions that focussed on pensions and wealth, wellbeing, and her future in work.

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