Care costs force 20,000 a year to sell home

Katrina Lloyd
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Over 20,000 pensioners were forced to sell their homes to pay for residential care last year, according to new figures out today.

This means an average of nearly 60 elderly people a day had to sell up because they cannot afford expensive care home fees, the Daily Mail reports. The number of people being forced to sell has ...

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