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The average life span for a man today in the UK is 81 years.

Up until 2011, men could access their state pension at 65 years.

On average, this provided 16 years of life without work before death.

The average life span expectancy by 2030 for a man in the UK is 82 years.

Men will not be able to access their state pension until they are 68 years and work an additional 3-years.

On average, their state pension will provide 14 years of life without work before death.

If you think this is not good for men. Wait and see what they’ve done since 2011 with women’s state pension.

Remember, when we aimed to ensure our children had a better life than we did?

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