Financial advisors are becoming increasingly concerned about aging clients whose memory loss may hurt their ability to make sound financial decisions, making them vulnerable to abuse.

Three-quarters of advisors are working with clients with diminished capacity, and one in five advisors has encountered financial abuse of their aging clients, according to research from Fidelity Investments.

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