Expats in UAE not saving enough for retirement

Pedro Gonçalves
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Most expats in the UAE have no realistic plans for securing a comfortable lifestyle when they retire, according to a survey by Friends Provident International and YouGov.   According to the survey, less than half of expats in the UAE are regularly saving for their retirement despite many expecting to stop work when they reach 55. While the research shows that overall more than one third of respondents (34%) expect to be retired by the time they reach the age of 55, and more than half (53%) before they are 60, only 48% are currently saving regularly for their retirement. Furthermore...

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