In what way do married Baby Boomers differ from single Baby Boomers? They’re much better prepared for retirement, according to a new fact sheet from the Insured Retirement Institute.

Married Baby Boomers are much more likely to have retirement savings and a retirement savings goal.  More than eight in 10 married Baby Boomers (81.9%) report having retirement savings and 55.7% have gone through the process of calculating a retirement savings goal, compared with only 66.6% and 40.8%, respectively, for singles. 

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