More high net-worth Americans are inclined to rely on financial advisers since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to a new survey from The Phoenix Companies.

In late September, 24% of the well-heeled — individuals with a household net-worth of at least $1 million excluding the primary home — said that they saw an increased need to rely on professional advisers for financial guidance. In June, 16% surveyed said they needed help.

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