The SEC says it is upping its scrutiny and examinations of advisors and brokers who offer retirement products as promised. 

Given that more than 5 million elders are victims of financial abuse annually, the initiative is timely, says securities lawyer Bettina Eckerle of Eckerle Law in New York.

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