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Retirement-planning tips for singles Retirement saving is found to be more challenging for single people than married couples, with 35% of single men and 49% of single women expected to retire without adequate nest eggs, according to a study by Rand Corp. Singles have less money to save as they cover bigger housing costs, have fewer tax breaks, and get long-term care insurance policy. Divorcees may also reduce their sources of retirement income with the possible loss of alimony and benefits from the ex-spouse's life insurance coverage. -- The Wall Street Journal
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