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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans are in fairly good financial health, but they continue to have concerns about retirement and equality of financial rights, according to a new Prudential study, “The LGBT Financial Experience.”

The median household income of the LGBT community was $61,500, which is significantly above the median U.S. household income of $50,000. Although gay men report earning more than lesbians individually, $49,000 vs. $43,500), when it comes to household income, lesbians, who are more likely to live in dual-income households, have higher household income ($63,700 vs. $62,300). While the combined household income of gay male couples is the highest overall at $103,000, these couples constitute a minority (19 percent) of the LGBT community.

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