Middle-aged 'face £600 shortfall'

Press Association
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Britain's squeezed 35 to 44-year-olds face a £600 shortfall each month between their income and the sum they need to feel financially comfortable, a report has found.

People in this age group face the biggest cash income gap, with their average gross yearly household income of £29,735 leaving them 32% or £612 a month short, according to research from Aviva.