Ten years ago, planner Richard Kagawa couldn't get his wife to discuss their own retirement.

"She would say, 'It's too far away. I don't want to talk about it,'" recalls Kagawa, now 62, of Capital Resources & Insurance in Huntington Beach, Calif. "My response was: I'm in the planning business. How can I not talk to my wife about retirement?"

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