State Pension UK: Age increases affect Britons but many feel they have retired too early | Personal Finance | Finance
This provides insight into when a person is due to receive their state pension, how much they could be entitled to, and if they could take any actions to increase their sum.
Simon Stanney, equity release director at SunLife, commented on the findings.
He said: “For many, the change in the state pension age comes as a big blow, but the reality is, when it comes to retiring, most of those who are currently retired wish they had waited a bit longer.
“Our research also shows that many people in their 50s, 60s and 70s are fitter and healthier than ever, so are not looking to slow down, but to keep working and try new things.