ARCHIVED Economic Insights – What Are the Impacts of Late-life Widowhood or Divorce on Income Replacement Rates?, no. 10
This article in the Economic Insights series examines the income replacement rates achieved in old age by Canadians who experienced marital dissolution, through either widowhood or divorce, after age 55. It is based on results published in the research paper Income Replacement Rates Among Canadian Seniors: The Effect of Widowhood and Divorce.
Issue #: 2012010
Author(s): Garnett Picot, John Myles and Sébastien Larochelle-Côté
- Divorced persons, Income, Marital separations, Seniors, Sources of income, Widowed persons
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