4 retirement-planning hurdles women must overcome

11/8/2012 | Forbes

Women generally have fewer funds saved for retirement, which is especially problematic considering that their life expectancy is also longer, writes Eve Kaplan. More women are becoming the primary earners in their households, but they generally lag behind when it comes to financial knowledge, she notes. "[P]rofessional input regarding retirement streams of income is critical for women since they run a higher risk of outliving their assets," she writes.

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