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Life and Pensions Market Research Reports-Consumer Behaviour analysis -Market trends

Mintel’s life and pensions market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the life and pensions market size and life and pensions market share.


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  1. Savings & Retirement Planning - Ireland - November 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2017
    • Ireland

    “With precautionary saving being the leading motivation behind both NI and RoI consumers' saving activity, it is evident that Irish consumers are conscious of the need to prepare for the future. Despite this, there is a clear deficit between awareness of the need to prepare and ...

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  2. Retirement Planning - Ireland - September 2011

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2011
    • Ireland

    In February 2011, the independent study Marketing Science’s Retirement Planning Monitor (RPM) revealed that 66% of respondents claimed to find pensions confusing. The Irish Budget 2011 and the Finance Act have introduced significant changes to personal pensions. Alan Bigley, ...

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  3. Pensions - Planning for Retirement - Ireland - June 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2009
    • Ireland

    Planning for retirement is regarded by some consumers as a tedious yet necessary task. Pension uptake is low among Irish consumers, primarily due to procrastination and a fear of locking away money for the future.

    However, with the Celtic Tiger era well and truly consigned to ...

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