Does marriage help – or hinder – an individual’s ability to save and plan for retirement? The Voya Retirement Research Institute® conducted an analysis into data on single, married and divorced men and women to see how being married – or not – may influence the retirement planning and saving behaviors of each of these groups. This study provides insights that may help identify ways to encourage each of these groups to better plan and prepare for retirement.
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|Marriage & Money White Paper||January 2012|
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