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Older single women have a bigger retirement-savings shortfall

Older single American women aren’t saving enough for retirement. In fact, more than four in 10 families where the head of household is between the ages of 35 and 64 will run short of money during their retirement. According to a recent Employee Benefit Research Institute study, it found a shocking discrepancy between the projected retirement-savings shortfalls of older single women and those of older single men. Read article here…

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