Participating in a 401(k) plan may help workers develop the discipline to save, yet many plan participants remain uncomfortable making investment decisions on their own.

But only 26% of U.S. adults say they have a financial adviser, compared to 69% who say they don’t have one, according to a recent study by Northwestern Mutual.

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