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It can be tough for divorced and widowed seniors to afford and maintain their own places. Real-life 'Golden Girls' scenarios are playing out all across the country.
Low rates have left seniors without the safe streams of income they traditionally counted on. Will this be changing with the sudden rise in rates?
A new study says the former slackers are now 'affluent, stable and saddled with responsibility.' But they may not be able to retire comfortably.
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