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While the main reason many investors who work with financial advisors have turned to an advisor for help is the need for retirement planning, only half say their advisors actually talk to them about what their lives might be like after retirement.

That’s according to new survey data from Hartford Funds, which found that overall, most consumers who have financial advisors find the communication aspect of the relationship less than satisfactory — not just about retirement, but more broadly — because they say there’s a lack of personalized engagement and human-centric approach to investments.

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