Robo-adviser Betterment adds human advice

By Anna Irrera NEW YORK (Reuters) – Betterment, one the earliest and largest online wealth managers known as robo-advisers, is launching new services that will allow clients to receive financial advice from human advisers, as digital and traditional investment management models converge. The New York-based firm said on Tuesday that it would launch two new plans called Betterment Plus and Betterment Premium. Clients on the Plus account will receive one annual financial planning call with a team of advisers, while Premium clients will get unlimited access to human advice, the company said.

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