Updated Wednesday, December 17, 2014 as of 7:43 PM ET

Advisor Opportunities in Aging Population?

WASHINGTON -- Are we heading into a golden age for wealth management?

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Accenture reports that just 6% of households are receiving estate planning services from their primary advisor. Please tell me that you are not suggesting that so-called financial advisors/ers should be providing estate planning services. To borrow a phrase from John McEnroe, You Cannot Be Serious! Estate planning requires a person that is 110% trustworthy and that is *totally devoid of absolutely all* conflicts of interest. That person can absolutely *never ever* be a "financial advisor/er."
Posted by Teresa V | Monday, July 21 2014 at 1:19AM ET
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