Here's How Couples Can Save for 2 Retirements on 1 Income

Robin Hartill, CFP, The Motley Fool
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Here's How Couples Can Save for 2 Retirements on 1 Income
Here's How Couples Can Save for 2 Retirements on 1 Income

If you're married to someone who isn't earning a paycheck right now, or you're the one who isn't working, you still have two retirements to plan for. Married couples can use a spousal individual retirement account (IRA) to save for both retirements, even when one person isn't employed. What is a spousal IRA?