While on average households spend less money in retirement, not allhouseholds do so—and they don’t all change their spending in thesame ways.

That’s according to new research from the Employee BenefitResearch Institute, which found that while households’ averagespending in retirement falls during the first two years, almosthalf (45.9 percent) of retired households actually spent more thanthey did just before retirement.

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