Dementia ranks high on list of retirement concerns - Aegon

Ahead of World Alzheimer's Day

Adam Saville
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Dementia ranks high on list of retirement concerns - Aegon

Declining physical health most frequently cited concern globally, research shows

Alzheimer's or dementia is more of a retirement concern in the UK than elsewhere in the world, research by Aegon has revealed. The research carried out ahead of World Alzheimer's Day (21 September) found that two in five people in the UK (41%) are concerned about their mental decline in later life, compared to 35% of people globally. Declining physical health is the most common later-life concern worldwide, the study showed, while running out of money was found to be just as much of a worry...

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