Yes, you read that correctly—a new analysis has foundthat women are 80 percent more likely thanmen to face financial hardship duringretirement.

A report from the National Institute on Retirement Security,“Shortchanged in Retirement, The Continuing Challenges to Women'sFinancial Future,” found that, among other bad news for women, theyhave substantially less income during retirement than men do—andthat cuts across all age groups.

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