Fewer over-50s plan to seek professional financial advice than the age group did one year ago, according to a study undertaken by Retirement Advantage.
Of the 1,003 over-50s polled by the provider in its annual research, around a third (31%) said they planned to consult a financial adviser with regard to their retirement options - a "stark fall" on the...
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