More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang
More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang
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Women face bigger shortfall than men when it comes to saving for retirement: JP Morgan survey

A JP Morgan Asset Management survey found that Hong Kong investors expect to save about HK$3.4 million, 17 per cent less than the HK$4.1 million required to maintain a comfortable lifestyle after they retire

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More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang
More than 50 per cent of respondents in a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management said that they expect their standard of living to fall after they retire. Photo: Fung Chang
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