The number of women seeking out advisors to help manage their finances has increased greatly, a recent study finds.
In a survey that compared female investor behavior in 2013 with 2007, research firm Phoenix Marketing International found almost one-half (49%) of female respondents rely on advisors -- a jump from 41% six years earlier.
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