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LIMRA: Just one-third of U.S. women are doing retirement planning

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Photo credit: Stuart Miles

Fewer women than men actively engage in planning for retirement, though women are more concerned than men about the retirement risks they face, according to a new report from LIMRA.

The survey reveals that only a third of women are actively involved in monitoring and managing their retirement savings, compared with nearly half of men (46 percent). Two-thirds of women are not confident that they will be able to live their chosen retirement lifestyle, yet only 26 percent of women spend time investigating financial products that could help them.

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