Women who have a financial adviser are 62% more apt to participate in financial decisions and are more informed about their finances versus 47% without an advisor, according to a study by Securian Financial Group and Opinion Research Corporation.

The survey, held in August, was among a national sample of 517 women ages 18 years old and older. One hundred and sixty women had financial advisers and 351 did not.

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