Many couples don't agree on retirement planning, study says

12/19/2011 | Financial-Planning.com

Research from Fidelity Investments indicates that many couples don't agree on retirement plans -- including 47% who can't even agree on whether they will keep working in their golden years. These disagreements can lead to lost financial-planning business, so it's important for advisers to know how to get couples on the same page, Fidelity says.

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