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Single people are also making less money than their married counterparts, and are more likely than their hitched friends to blow their entire paycheck. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Even though you might think it would go the other way, since married couples have to provide for a family, it turns out that singles don’t do as well at either making or saving money as someone who’s tied the knot.

That’s according to a new survey by TD Ameritrade, which finds that only 29 percent of single survey respondents in the U.S. said that they were very financially secure. That compares with 43 percent of married individuals.



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