How will a growing population affect the UK’s economy?

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The UK’s population reached around 65.1 million individuals in 2015 and is expected to go beyond 70 million people by the time we reach 2026. Will the UK’s growing population result in the government having to make revisions when it comes to the amount that they need to invest into the nation’s economy?

True Potential Investor, who are on hand to assist when you want to open a personal pension account, investigates in the infographic below. Check out the graphic and you’ll discover the UK’s GDP, Great Britain’s Historic CPI inflation rate, the UK real households’ disposable income per head and much more when various generations were turning 16 years old and adjusting from education to work life.

From these findings, a few pointers are made for what future generations may face if trends are anything to go by. Keep reading to find out more…

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