CHICAGO – We’ve all heard the basics. Women tend to outlive their spouses, earn less than men and take longer breaks from work. While progress is being made, the nest egg women build doesn’t last long enough for many of them.

“The gender income gap translates directly into the retirement gap,” said Mark Miller, an author and Morningstar retirement columnist, during a panel titled Retirement Success for Women. “Women are dealing with fewer resources over a longer period of time,” he said.

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