Single? Here’s How You Should Save For Retirement

We are talking retirement again this week, but from a different perspective. This morning, you are here to give us some tips for retiring single. Why?

There are simply more people facing retirement without a spouse – either by choice, or because they are divorced or widowed. In 2015, for the first time in the nation’s history, the number of unmarried American adults outnumbered those who were married.

One in seven Americans lives alone – over 30 million of us, compared to 4 million in 1950. Right now, 40% of women between 45 and 64, and 35% of men in that age bracket, have never married or are single for another reason. Being single comes with its own set of circumstances when preparing for retirement, and I want to go over some of those today.

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