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Women"s income in retirement

Barbara Spiers

Women"s income in retirement

a study

by Barbara Spiers

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Published by Pre-Retirement Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Barbara Spiers and Peter Spiers.
SeriesPRA occasional papers -- no.1
ContributionsSpiers, Peter., Pre-Retirement Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13861594M

Retirement Gifts for Women - Good Bye Tension Hello Pension - Funny Wine Gifts for Retiring Best Friends, Wife, Mom, Grandma, Coworkers, Boss, Teachers, Retirees - LEADO Retirement Wine Tumbler. out of 5 stars $$ Get it as soon as Wed, Jun Despite the fact that they have two incomes, 46% of women in two-income households are at risk of being unable to maintain their standard of living in retirement, vs. 32% of married women in one-income households and 39% of all single women, the CRR’s National Retirement Risk Index (NRRI) found.

  Across all age groups, women have substantially less income in retirement than men, according to another report from the National Institute on Retirement Security. For women . In general, Social Security comprises a greater percentage of the total income for unmarried women 65 and older, in contrast to unmarried elderly men and couples. In short, the sooner you create a retirement plan, the more likely you’ll be able to overcome these financial hurdles.

Executive Summary. Women Have Lower Income in Retirement than Men -- And Thus Higher Poverty. In , median income for elderly unmarried women (widowed, divorced, separated, and never married) was $11,, compared with $14, for elderly . Retirement is never an easy equation to solve, but it can be a particularly challenging problem for women, who live an average of five years longer than men, 1 make less money over the course of our careers, 2 and then—wait for it—need to make that money last longer. Out-of-pocket healthcare expenses in retirement alone run an 39% higher for women than men, resulting in an additional.


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