Members of the “Silent Generation” and older baby boomers have started to shift their attention toward retirement income planning.[@@]
The life unit at Hartford Financial Services Group Inc., Hartford, has published figures supporting that conclusion in a report on a survey of 500 U.S. residents ages 50 to 65.
About a third of the participants said the most important role of their financial advisors is to make sure that clients don’t outlive their money. Less than a quarter ranked putting together a balanced portfolio and choosing good investments as their advisors’ most roles.