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Single and not sorry — that’s how you live.
Sure, couples get a dual income, tax breaks and somebody else to blame when household finances take a downturn. But they fight over the remote, too. So, ya know, plusses and minuses.
Being single is not the exception these days. The gap between plus-one and plus-none has narrowed ever since the first time TVs with antennas were a thing (yes, over-the-air TV is making something of a comeback). It’s practically a 50/50 split between Americans who are married (135.9 million) and those who never married, are widowed or are divorced (130.3 million), according to a 2022 U.S. Census Bureau document.
Here are six things you can do to maximize your money when it’s your world and everybody else is…
This article was written by Hal M. Bundrick, CFP® and originally published on www.nerdwallet.com