• 42 percent of men are worried about outliving retirement savings, compared to only37 percent of women.
  • 61 percent of women who are behind inretirement savings say raising children is the reason, comparedwith 43 percent of men.
  • 47 percent of women say postponing retirementin order to supplement Social Security is their greatest concern,compared with 35 percent of men.
  • 10 percent of women say they suffer "extremestress" when managing retirement savings, compared with just4 percent of men.
  • 38 percent of men say health care expenses area top retirement concern; the same percentage of women agree.

Source: TD Ameritrade

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