Online financial management tools may have caught the attention of younger investors in a way that the mutual fund supermarkets of the 1990s took invesors of all ages by storm - but a recent survey by Capstrat-Public Policy Polling suggests the Internet is a long way from gaining everyone else's trust.

The survey, whose results were released late last month, said that Americans still predominantly go to traditional professionals, such as financial advisers, accountants and bank representatives, for money management guidance.

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