Most couples disagree on a lot of important points when it comes to retirement planning. That lack of agreement can translate into lost financial planning business, making it important for advisors to get couples to work together, according to Fidelity Investments.

To address the study’s findings, Fidelity also launched a guide for advisors called “Aligning Couples and Retaining Business.”

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