NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Raymond James is launching a new education campaign to arm the firm's advisors with tools and techniques based on research from MIT's AgeLab.

"It's about spreading best practices," says Patrick O'Connor, senior vice president of wealth retirement and portfolio solutions at Raymond James.

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