Women expect to receive an average of £3,000 less in joint retirement income than men, according to research from Prudential.
The study showed women anticipated joint retirement income of around £32,000, while men expected to receive £35,100. It said almost 20% of couples over the age of 40 have not discussed their retirement...
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