The real test of auto-enrolment will be when a headwind blows

By Patrick Hosking 28 September 2016

There is still much that can go wrong with one of the great modern-day experiments in social engineering, but so far auto-enrolment — the nudging of millions of low and moderate earners into pension saving without forcing them to do so — has confounded the sceptics.  Read the full financial news article here.

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