Older workers are more downbeat about their chances of having enough money to enjoy themselves in retirement than younger employees, a survey has found.
Only one in seven people aged 56 to 65 think they will have enough cash to really enjoy their retirement, as do 12% of 46 to 55-year-olds, Aviva found.
This compares with nearly a quarter of 22 to 30-year-olds and 19% of 31 to 45-year-olds who are confident they will have enough put by to really enjoy their later years.
Across all age groups, nearly a quarter of workers believe their retirement is likely to be a financial struggle.
Automatic enrolment has brought millions of people into workplace pension saving, although there are concerns that people may not be putting by enough for a comfortable retirement.
In April 2019, minimum contributions will rise to 8% of earnings, including top ups from employers and the Government, although Aviva said just saving the minimum is unlikely to give people the pension pot they will need for a comfortable retirement.
Travelling, pursuing hobbies and giving money to children and grandchildren will be the top priorities for people when they do retire, the survey of more than 2,000 22 to