Divorce knocks £3,800 off annual retirement income - Prudential

Divorcees more likely to be in debt

Hannah Godfrey
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Clare Moffat: "A pension fund is one of the most complex assets a couple will have to split."
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Clare Moffat: "A pension fund is one of the most complex assets a couple will have to split."

Divorcees who plan to retire in 2018 can expect their yearly income to be £3,800 lower than people who have never experiences a marriage break up, according to research from Prudential.

It said expected annual income for divorcees retiring in 2018 was £17,600 compared to £21,400 for those who have never been through a divorce. The pension provider also found those who have been...

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