Editor’s letter


Studies show that when people age, their spending and liabilities gradually decline and their income increases. This is important because baby boomers are aging--and they’re affluent. Aside from affluence, the baby boomers have another quality that makes them increasingly interesting for financial IT departments: they’re tech-savvy. And while they’re not as wealthy as Wall Street’s traditional private banking clients, their growing incomes and apparent willingness to be served via the Web is

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