The online poll carried out by Age UK, commissioned to find out more about people's attitudes and plans for retirement, reveals that nearly a third (30%) of UK adults would try to trace a lost pension - if they realised they had lost track
of it and knew where to start hunting for it
The second main contributor to this unclaimed money mountain is those who have lost track
after taking out several company pensions when moving between jobs.
The so-called controlled archive had become a "dumping ground for cases where the UK Border Agency has lost track
of the applicant", MPs on the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee said.
I was shocked by some of the statistics and I think other people would be if they'd lost track
of the story.
Summary: Scientists have lost track
of the penguin, "Happy Feet", and think his transmitter may have fallen off or he may have met his fate.
London, July 5 (ANI): British MPs have branded an auditor's report, which found that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) lost track
of assets worth 6.
5 : awareness of things or of the order in which things happen or ideas come <I've lost track
of the time.
The bank said it had lost track
of the server during renovation work at a branch in east Kowloon on April 26.
HALF of Britons have no idea how much money they have built up in pension schemes, and one in six have even lost track
of where the money is saved, a survey showed today.
POLICE around the country have lost track
of 322 convicted sex offenders, it was reported today.
Bonds, who passed for 5,702 yards and 53 touchdowns at Hart, lost track
of how many setbacks he had suffered at COC.
Somehow in all the flurry, I lost track