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|Why Are So Many Older Women Poor? (PDF)|
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Apr. 15, 2004
8 pages; by Alicia Munnell. Excerpt: The economic status of older Americans has improved dramatically since 1960. Today, the poverty rate for those 65 and over is about the same as for those aged 18-64. But substantial pockets of poverty remain, especially among older non-married women. This brief will focus on why older women are particularly vulnerable.
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