Can better communication between spouses lead to more retirement savings?
New research shows that married couples who do not communicate with their spouse about saving for retirement lose, on average, almost $700 in savings every year. The study found that “24 percent of couples failed to coordinate their contributions to maximize employer contributions.” Betsy Vereckey reports on why better communication between spouses leads to their saving more for retirement. Read Ms. Vereckey’s article here…
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