Advisors take note: Baby Boomers and their parents need to do some serious talking. According to a new study, Americans in their 70s are more at ease talking about estate-planning issues than people in their children's generation are. This is the finding of the latest study in the Hartford, Conn.-based Hartford Financial Services Group's “Family Conversations” survey series.
The survey, released in September, found that 76 percent of the 500 older respondents (aged 70 to 79, with at l
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