Pay growth has increased to 8.5 per cent this year, which experts believe will be higher than inflation for September. As a result of the “triple lock”, this should be the figure by which pensions grow next April – except that the Treasury is reportedly thinking of removing bonuses from its pay growth calculations. Lauren Almeida examines what this could cost you.
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