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The State Pension age should not rise beyond the age of 66

The State Pension age should not rise beyond the age of 66, that's according to an Oireachtas co...

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09.01 2 Feb 2022


The State Pension age should not rise beyond the age of 66


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The State Pension age should not rise beyond the age of 66, that's according to an Oireachtas committee. Its view runs counter to the stance of the commission which argued the pension age should rise in steps to 67 by 2031 and then to 68 by 2039.  For more on this Shane spoke to the Committee Cathaoirleach and Independent TD Denis Naughten, who launched the new report, and also John McGrane the Executive Director of the Family Business Network.

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