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A new study by Ameriprise Financial puts the differences between how men and women worry about retirement under the microscope.
In the New Retirement Mindscape City Pulse index, the firm finds even though men are 5% more likely to be planning for retirement, women are the ones stressing the most about having a nest egg large enough to sustain them in their golden years.
According to Bill Losey, a certified retirement coach and author of Retire in a Weekend, there are a handful of factors pushingwomen to the edge about retirement planning.
"There's so much information and so many different opinions, that I think women at this point really don't know who to trust," he says.