Non-working spouses…some ways to improve retirement prospects

A recent survey by Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies and Aegon Center for Longevity and Retirement highlighted the financial shortfall facing non-working spouses, indicating about than half of the respondents are not confident about having a comfortable retirement. Emily Brandon, senior editor for Retirement at U.S. News, discusses the study results and offers some suggestions to enhance retirement plans for this population segment in an article titled “How Non-Working Spouses Can Prepare for Retirement.” Read the article here…


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