Fidelity study: Planners aren't interacting equally with both spouses

12/19/2013 | Financial Advisor online

A study by Fidelity Investments found that 58% of couples working with an adviser are not participating equally when receiving financial advice. Men still tend to take the lead in the financial relationship. Fidelity recommends that advisers require both partners to attend financial planning meetings.

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