When a new financial planning venture collects a thousand accounts and a half million dollars of assets in its first year, it is usually considered a failure.

But ReliaStar Financial Corp. in Minneapolis says its financial planning Web site, which targets mainly younger or single people who have avoided dealing with their finances, is on track for more growth, despite its unimpressive asset-collecting performance.

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