Get Ready for Free Financial Advice from Kiplinger and the NAPFA on Friday, January 30, 2009

Free Advice From Financial Planners on January 30, 2009

Kiplinger is partnering with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors for an event called Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days. Through this event you’ll have access to fee-only financial planners that are ready to take your questions. From saving for retirement, paying off debt, or even estate planning, they are there to help. 

Members of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors will take your financial questions on Friday, January 30, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. eastern time. You can call 888-919-2345 or join the live discussion online. Until then, you can search the transcript from the live discussion held on January 13.

This is a great opportunity to get some free financial advice. While it won’t be the same as sitting down for a complete consultation, if you have a question that’s been bothering you for a while, this is the time to have it answered. And take a look at the transcript from the free advice day that was held a few weeks ago. There were a lot of great questions, and you could find the answer right there. 

Either way, if you’ve been thinking about getting some advice about a financial issue, you should use this opportunity to either call in or submit your question online. It won’t cost anything but a few minutes of your time, and it could prove to be incredibly helpful.

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About the Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor® and spent a few years working as a financial planner. Today, he helps people make the most of their money by writing about personal finance here and elsewhere on the web. Jeremy is also Coach at Adaptu and a regular contributor for other publications such as Intuit, and American Express. Be sure to follow Jeremy on Twitter or Google+.

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