In-depth discussion on long-term financial goals with a qualified financial advisor would help most Americans save enough for retirement, but most prefer not to do it, according to a new global report from HSBC, The Future of Retirement: The Power of Planning.

The report found that four in 10 U.S. respondents surveyed said they would prefer spending just 30 minutes with a financial professional looking at immediate, rather than future, needs.

The report explores changing attitudes toward retirement and financial planning in 17 countries around the world. Most people are not interested in extended meetings with their financial advisors. Only one in 10 prefer longer meetings, and 17 percent would like more than one appointment to review their goals and financial plan.

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