In the News: Retirement Considerations If You're Single


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Author: Mike McGrath 

Getting ready for retirement can change depending on whether you’re single or married. Just think about it, if you’re married you have the advantage of someone else helping you if something happens to you as you age. As a single person, it’s crucial that you consider long-term care insurance.

US News and World Report’s Christine Giordano quoted me in her column: “The 13 Tips for Singles Nearing Retirement.”

She includes a lot more than my suggestion to consider long-term care insurance. And if you have any questions on what else you should be doing to prepare for retirement, contact us.

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