State pension age could hit 68 sooner than expected – what it means for you
There is speculation that the state pension age could hit 68 earlier than expected, which could affect millions of people. This could mean that they would have to wait longer to receive a state pension, and could also mean they would have to work longer to receive a state pension. There is no set date for when the state pension age will hit 68, but it is likely that it will happen in the next few years. It is important to be aware of the potential consequences of this, and to take measures to protect yourself and your pension.