Free Financial Advice 2011
January 24, 2011
One of the best things my wife and I did for our money after we were married was sit down with a certified financial planner and hash out our finances. I remember we weren’t crazy about spending the money but after we worked with our finanial advisor to come up with our financial plan we knew that it was money well spent.
If you’ve been thinking about working with a financial planner but don’t want to spend the money you have a chance tomorrow to get a free consultation with a fee only financial planner. It’s not a full blown financial planning session, you just get one question, but it can give you a feel taste of what a financial planner can help you with.
Here’s a blurb from the Kiplinger website:
“Kiplinger.com is hosting a live discussion with members of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) for Kiplinger’s Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. eastern time, these fee-only planners, who are well versed in investments, taxes, insurance, estate planning, and saving for college and retirement, will take questions. The NAPFA planners will answer as many questions as time permits.”
Sounds like it’s first come, first serve so call in early and check it out.
Here are some personal finance articles from around the web this week
- From homelessness to success @ Brip Blap
- What Determines Value? @ Couple Money
- Average American Family’s Finances: In Shambles? @ The Digerati Life
- Financial Goals for 2011 : What are Yours? @ Million Dollar Journey
- Series: Life After Salary @ Consumerism Commentary
- 11 Lesser Known Finance Blogs to Read in 2011 @ Moolanomy
- 4 Money Mistakes to Fight in 2011 @ Bible Money Matters
- How to Make Your Financial Goals a Reality @ Free From Broke
- Isn’t It Easier to Read About a Success Story Than Do It? @ Eventual Millionaire
- Thred Up Because Kids Outgrow Clothing Fast @ Generation X Finance
- How to Do Tactical Budgeting @ Good Financial Cents
- 9 Ways to Prepare for Food Inflation @ Frugal Dad
- Eating Healthy Is No Cheap Task @ Dough Roller
- Living Social Buying a Million Customers? @ Lazy Man & Money
- $20 Amazon.com Gift Card for $10 at Living Social @ Suns Financial Diary
- Investment Returns Vary Over The Long Run @ My Money Blog
- How Much Income Will You Need in Retirement? @ The Oblivious Investor
- How Warren Buffett Invests @ Investor Junkie
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