Older investors are upping their financial planning game byturning more frequently to modern tools. And whether they like itor not, financial advisors will have to follow.

That's according to the report “2015 Wealth Management forConnected Investors” from CRM company Salesforce, which said thatalthough “generational fault lines emerge” in how the variousgenerations manage their investments and interact with advisors,even older investors are increasingly turning to the use of modernfinancial planning tools as a means of choosing an advisor.

According to the study, millennials lead the way inseeking advisors who use such tools as self-modelingand automatic portfolio rebalancing, with 89% looking for suchadvisors. What might be surprising, however, is that GenXers (83%) and even boomers (71%) aren't far behind.

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