Women are open to taking advice from financial advisors when it comes to planning for retirement, based on findings from the Retirement Survey study that Wells Fargo & Co. published on Thursday.
That is a good thing, because the sixth annual study found that in many ways, women appear to be markedly undereducated about what it takes to retire comfortably.
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