Firms are developing new products and repositioning old ones to vie for the business of the nation's 77 million Baby Boomers as they start planning for retirement.

"Financial products with the right balance of flexibility, growth potential and guarantees will probably be the most popular," said Matt Drinkwater, assistant director of LIMRA of Windsor, Conn.

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