Ever wonder why the retirement advisor community, the Department of Labor and the AARP never seem to see eye to eye?

While the animosity between the industry and the Feds is one thing, the seemingly benign and pro-retiree AARP continues to build a divide between the public and retirement professionals – and a new study seems to reiterate one particularly burdensome sticking point.

According to the AARP's "Paper by Choice" research survey, people of all ages – seniors in particular – are said to prefer receiving all of their retirement plan information in paper form in the mail, rather than in an electronic fashion.

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