Debt in retirement has jumped 80% from 2016, with nearly one in five expecting to stop work this year owing an average £33,900 up from £18,800 two years ago, according to research by Prudential.
Those planning to retire this year have debts nearly 40% higher than those who expected to retire last year, when retirees owed £24,300 on average. According to Prudential, the debt burden has increased...
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