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COVID-19 has been particularly hard on older Americans. They’re at greater risk of illness or death as a result of the disease, but they’re also at a time in their lives when financial losses have a more severe impact than for younger people. A report by the Society of Actuaries offers suggestions for financial professionals who work with older people to overcome common objections to advanced financial planning.

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