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Why amassing £488,000 by 50 could add nine disability-free years to life

Why amassing £488,000 by 50 could add nine disability-free years to life

The Telegraph - By Sarah Knapton

It is said that money does not buy happiness, but a new study suggests that it does purchase a longer and healthier life. Amassing a net household worth of around £488,000 by the age of 50 adds around nine disability-free years to life, in comparison with the poorest people - those with £28,000 or …

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