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In Agreement for a Change

You’ve been together a long time, and heaven knows you’ve had your arguments. Maybe you’ve raised kids together, shared a mortgage and a bed, and maybe you’ve even shared a career. Bickering happens from time to time, but the good news is, there’s one thing you can probably agree on: saving for retirement. Investmentadvisor.com brings us the latest research on retiring couples.

Posted: 1/17/08