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When it comes to retirement savings, women tend to end up worse off than men after a late-in-life divorce.

(Bloomberg) — Divorce in the U.S. surged in the 1970s and 1980s as the baby boomers reached adulthood. As they enter retirement, they’re still splitting up, and it’s having a disproportionate effect on women.

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