Survey: Women seek a bigger future pension, men more often invest

Most people in Lithuania think that for good quality of life after retiring they would need 75-100 per cent of their current income. The same level of income as they get now would be sought by 44 per cent of the country’s residents – 48.5 per cent of women and 39.7 per cent of men. Another 30 per cent of people – a third of men (34 per cent) and a quarter of women (27 per cent) – say 75 per cent of their current income would suffice for a quality life as pensioners. These trends were revealed by a survey of investment and saving habits commissioned by INVL Asset Management, one of the country’s leading asset management companies.