Bucking their overall skepticism or outright distrust of financial services companies, 90% of Americans trust the advice their financial planners have been giving them amid the financial turmoil of the past two years, according to the First Command Financial Behaviors Index.

The January reading of the index also found that 76% of middle-class Americans who work with a financial planner are trustful of planners in general. On the other hand, only 47% of those without a financial planner said they would trust one with their money.

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