A new study by Bain & Co. suggests that more and more affluent Baby Boomers, or those with an average income of $100,000 or more, are rolling over 401(k) money at retirement without the help of a financial adviser.

Overall, the study finds that although 84% of wealthy Baby Boomers employ the services of a financial adviser in some capacity, only 30% are urged by a financial adviser to roll over 401(k) assets when retiring from the workforce.

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