Many disabled people are facing barriers to participation in the traditional investing and savings industry, writes Bev Shah
As the cost-of-living crisis deepens, we have found ourselves standing on the edge of a recession that the Bank of England predicts will last well into 2024, topped off by double-digit inflation. Some groups will be disproportionately impacted by the real-terms drop in income, higher mortgage costs and unemployment, notably those with the most complicated life circumstances. Disabled people in the UK make up 21% of the working population and more than 40% of pension age. Changing demographics, longer lives but increasing chronic conditions mean this number will rise. Having t...
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