The Single Life

Being single has its benefits, or so they say. But are singles better off in retirement? According to a Charles Schwab survey, 53 percent of married Americans and 69 percent of singles believe it's easier to plan for retirement when you're not married. This may just be a misconception. The survey found that 67 percent of singles are already saving for retirement, compared to 85 percent of married

Being single has its benefits, or so they say. But are singles better off in retirement? According to a Charles Schwab survey, 53 percent of married Americans and 69 percent of singles believe it's easier to plan for retirement when you're not married. This may just be a misconception. The survey found that 67 percent of singles are already saving for retirement, compared to 85 percent of married Americans.

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