Some times we post articles about planning your retirement with your loved one but what if you are a retiring single? Think you need to plan different, absolutely! Today’s article features tips on retirement-planning for singles. Here’s one, “…singles often miss out on tax breaks (filing jointly, for instance) that are available to married peers. As they look ahead, advisers say, singles may also perceive a greater need to pay for pricey long-term care insurance in the absence of a spouse-as-caretaker, which can come at the opportunity cost of investment.” To read more, CLICK HERE.