Navigating Longevity and Mapping the New Frontier of Financial Advisory Value

January 2015
LIMRA's MarketFacts Quarterly;2015, Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
The article discuses increase in the life span of humans, which may lead to the longevity dividend by the insurance companies; the Baby Boomers' smartness, education, and technological knowledge; and the importance of financial advisor in everyone's life to plan, save, and invest for their future.


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