Independent review into State Pension Age by John Cridland CBE
recommended reforms to State Pension Age and the pensions Triple
- State Pension Age (SPA) should be increased for to age 68
starting in 2037, and should not rise by more than a year over a
ten year period.
- The Triple Lock should be withdrawn by 2020.
- Support to carers: employers should have eldercare policies in
place which set out a basic care offer, and offer Statutory Carers'
Leave (using the Statutory Sick Pay model) of about 5 days.
- People should be given access to a mid-life MOT to take stock
of their circumstances, facilitated by employers and the
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