Advisors might not delight in the prospect of talking with aging clients about end-of-life issues, but having those conversations, hard as they are, is in the best interest of the clients, their family and even the advisory practice.

So argues Carolyn Rosenblatt, co-founder of, an education and training firm formed to help the financial community better understand and meet the needs of an aging population.

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