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ThIs Is The Biggest Way Couples Screw Up Retirement Planning

In theater, a play for two actors is known as a two-hander. Well, for couples, retirement planning should be a two-hander, too. Turns out, according to a new NerdWallet survey, one hand doesn’t know what the other is doing. NerdWallet and Harris Poll interviewed more than 1,800 Americans in a relationship — ones who are either married or living with a partner. A third said that neither they nor their partner is saving for retirement.
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