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 least ...

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