Financial advisors' use of so-called “senior designations” came under withering attack Thursday from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The Bureau described the use of various senior designations as “extremely confusing for consumers,” noting that more than 50 different such designations are currently used to sell a wide variety of financial and insurance products.

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