Husbands and wives have vastly different expectations for their retirement years, Fidelity Investments found though a survey of 500 couples born between 1937 and 1964. While they tend to agree on which investments to own, they plan to retire at different ages, have different views about what will be their primary source of income, how long they will remain in the workforce and what kind of lifestyle they will lead.

While couples agreed that workplace savings plans, pensions and Social Security will be their primary source of income during retirement, they were at odds on which would be top of the list.

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