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A recent Fidelity Investments study has determined that it’s not uncommon for individuals in marriage to continue to use their own financial advisors. So reports Reuters.

Indeed, separate advisors are used by individuals in 13% of couples, according to the firm’s 2015 Couples Retirement Study.

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