Every day in the U.S., some 10,000 people reach age 65.

This aging wave will continue for the next 15 years as the Woodstock generation moves into retirement, or at least old age. It's a huge business opportunity for financial advisors, says Walter White, CEO of Allianz Life, but it is also a challenge because of the special issues that older clients — or younger clients with aging parents — can face.

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