Advisors and oversight organizations will need to prepare for a wide range of health concerns and challenges as the baby boomer generation matriculates into retirement, according to information uncovered by the Investment Protection Institute and the Investor Protection Trust.

As boomers begin to crest that 65-years-of-age mark and become senior citizens, sound financial advice and education will become more important than ever according to Don Blandin, president and chief executive of Investor Protection Trust.

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