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Couples with an age gap should plan for retirement differently.

As if retirement planning isn’t complex enough when a couple is about the same age, the whole game changes if there is a wide age gap between partners in the marriage.  Planning takes on a whole new perspective if you realize that the longevity of the younger partner may mean that your retirement plan must support someone for 3 or more decades.  This article by Nerdwallet’s Arielle O’Shea appears at and talks about planning for retirement when one partner is a lot younger than the other.  Click here to read more.

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