Banks may be on shaky ground, but 43% of Americans see them as a trusted source for retirement advice, according to a survey by Hearts & Wallets. This is an increase from 41% a year ago.

And some banks are blazing a trail in this area, with 48% of Bank of America’s customers relying on it as their primary source for retirement advice, up dramatically from 27% in 2010.

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