Older UK renters forced to cut back on spending as living costs soar

Exclusive: Many tenants aged over 65 are already struggling, Independent Age research finds

Almost two-thirds of tenants over 65 have cut back on their general spending as a result of the cost of living crisis, and campaigners are warning that older people who do not own their homes are particularly vulnerable to rising bills.

Research shared with Guardian Money by the charity Independent Age puts the spotlight on the struggles of older tenants who are battling to keep up with rising household costs.

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Renting property, Money, Cost of living crisis, Older people, Property, UK news, Consumer affairs UK news | The Guardian

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