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.