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Pensions special: Your questions
Lord Turner, Pensions Commission Chairman
Lord Turner answered your questions on pension reform

This BBC Radio 4 special programme was broadcast on Thursday, 1 December, 2005 at 1204 GMT.

The Turner plan for the future of our pensions is finally out.

But even after all the political analysis and expert comment, your head is probably ringing with questions about what it actually means for you.

Will you have to retire later? How much more will you have to save?

And will this hefty report really make you better off in retirement?

On Thursday at 1204 GMT, BBC Radio 4 gave listeners the chance to ask the man himself, Lord Turner, Chairman of the Pensions Commission.

Presenters: Paul Lewis and Liz Barclay
Producer:  Chris A'Court

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