Under-40 investors are unhappy with the financial advice they’re receiving and advisors should pay attention.

Financial advisors are concentrating too much of their resources on baby boomers and not enough on the next generation of clients, suggests a report published Thursday by Boston-based consulting firm Cerulli Associates.

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