THE Government has turned to the internet to try and get young people interested in pensions.
And they want to hear from people in Huddersfield.
Ministers want to hear the younger generation's views on how pensions can be improved for the future.
They have launched a National Pensions Debate website - www.dwp.gov.uk/debate - which details the Pension Commission's proposals for pension reform.
These include automatically enrolling people in a national pension scheme and raising the age at which people qualify for the state pension.
Pensions Reform minister Stephen Timms said people's input will be vital when decisions are made and he added: "Retirement may be a long way off for many, but we need to raise awareness around pensions and help people understand the difficult choices and trade-offs involved.
"About 10 million people are not saving enough towards retirement.
"While there is not a crisis today, we need to take action to ensure a fair and adequate retirement income for all in the future.
"That is why it is so important we all join the debate. Everyone's views must count."
The Government has already held consultation events across the UK about pensions reform.
The events took place on Saturday which was National Pensions Day and more than 1,000 people attended events at Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, Swansea, Newcastle and London and discussed the future of pensions via satellite link-ups.