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The Retirement Planning Challenges of Being Single

Non-married people have a lot of hurdles to face in the process of financial planning for retirement, especially as compared to their married counterparts. It’s a growing issue, with nearly two-thirds of the 18- to 29-year-old population being single, and needing to understand the realities of long-term care, housing, and savings on a single income. Mark Henricks, in a post on, presents some interesting thoughts on the subject. Read the article here…


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