Covid-19 fuels early retirement for fifth of Brits aged 50 and above

Only one in 10 have had to delay retirement plans

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WEALTH at Work director Jonathan Watts-Lay.
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WEALTH at Work director Jonathan Watts-Lay.

One fifth (22%) of British workers over the age of 50 are bringing forward their retirement plans as a direct result of the pandemic, according to new research from WEALTH at work.

The financial education workplace provider has found 13% of workers have decided to delay their retirement as they enjoy working. The majority of the survey's 1,320 respondents (54%) said the pandemic...

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