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Research on social stratification has mostly focused on working-age populations. With rapidly aging populations increasing across the rich world, inequalities at older ages are an increasingly relevant part of how contemporary societies are stratified. Here, we highlight an aspect of inequality that has been largely unexamined—the inequality of lifetime accumulated pensions. In contrast to most previous research on old-age inequality comparing social groups, we focused on total-population-leveldoi:10.31235/osf.io/zh63j fatcat:duf623fq45dxvhfzju3za6mixi