Survey: Many consumers trust advisers on retirement issues

02/27/2012 | Insurance Networking News

More than one-third of consumers said they would trust financial advisers to help them enhance their understanding of retirement issues, according to a LIMRA survey. Retirees are more likely than are younger consumers to use an adviser to help invest money or manage risks, the survey showed. The younger consumers said they would be more likely get such help from a friend or family member.

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