Unique Quandaries Facing Single Women in Retirement Planning

The implications of lower earnings and lessened savings opportunities, coupled with disparity in life expectancy between men and women, present some substantial hurdles for single women as they deal with the financial planning aspects of retirement. An article posted on news.investors.com by Margaret Price of Investor’s Business Daily, provides some thoughts on how to mitigate some of these challenges. Read the article here…


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