A new survey has shed fresh light on the extent to which people, especially women, rely on joint savings to help fund retirement.
The Scottish Widows report, which is based on a survey of over 5,000 adults in the UK, found that less than 20% of women have enough savings to see them through retirement.
This compares to a third of men, who say that independently of their partner, they have sufficient financial resources to fund retirement.
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