Even though the majority of investors under of the age of 40 are self-directed, they are open to working with financial advisors, if the advisors can demonstrate they have more to offer than the online tools investors use. That’s one of the main findings of a new report from Hearts & Wallets, a retirement and savings trends research firm based in Hingham, Mass.

According to the report, 80% of “emerging investors” between the ages of 21 to 29 and 68% of “early career investors” between the ages of 30 to 39 say they make decisions and manage money on their own.

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