Help — and a shield against liability — may be on the way for advisers plagued with the dilemma of whether or not to report suspected elder abuse to authorities at the risk of breaching clients' privacy.

The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday aimed at protecting elderly investors, and industry trade groups moved swiftly to urge the Senate to "quickly follow suit."

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