Get Free Financial Planning Advice Via Email

Thinking you need to get your long term financial outlook into better shape? To promote Financial Planning Week, the Financial Planning Association is offering free email advice to consumers via a special site from now until the end of June.

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You can choose to direct your questions to a specific planner in your area, or have one randomly assigned. Detailed financial planning takes time (and as often as not costs money), and I wouldn't be entirely surprised if a lot of the answers people receive don't cover all the ground you'd want.

That said, a free foot in the door isn't something to be sneezed at, and it could give you an idea of whether a given planner suits your needs. To access the service, hit the link below, and let us know how useful the outcome is in the comments.



    I gave this a go, and picked out a planner to determine whether or not this would make sense for my financial situation. I'd like to think that I was open minded with my expectations, but the fee quoted was a minimum of $12k per year. Is that really the going-rate for this type of service?

    What type of trust would generally offer the greatest tax advantage to an investor? An ungeared property trust, a geared property trust, a cash management trust or a bond trust?

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