In recent years, the rise of ‘Robo-Advisers’ or automated investment services has become increasingly popular. Services from firm’s like Betterment and Wealthfront offer low-cost options to automate financial investing. In reality, these processes may be too simplified; many involve easy sign-up processes, quick user surveys, and blanketed financial plans for the masses. While these services undoubtedly provide valuable insights, we caution using a one-plan-fits-all approach to personal financing decisions. In today’s post, we share four considerations for using robo-advisers.