Tory care policy would put over-50s off saving for future - Saga

Research points to '£60,000 fee cap'

Hannah Godfrey
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Theresa May, leader of the Conservative party
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Theresa May, leader of the Conservative party

A third of over-50s say they would be put off saving for the future if they had to pay care costs down to their last £100,000 - in line with the controversial policy published in the Conservative manifesto.

Research by Saga found that, while many over-50s agree that people who can afford it should contribute towards their care, setting the contribution they have to make too high would put them off saving...

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