Communicating with couples can be one of the biggest challenges facing financial advisors.

Couples account for more than half of a typical advisor’s client base, but 60% of couples assign just one partner to make most of the financial decisions, and 41% don’t include their spouse in making decisions about a financial advisor, according to a new survey released by TIAA-CREF.

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