Kiplinger & NAPFA to Host First-Ever “Maximize Your Money” Webchat on Dec. 10

November 24, 2015 at 4:30 pm

WebcastKiplinger’s Personal Finance and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA), in association with the NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation, are joining forces to offer free financial advice through their NEW Maximize Your Money webchat series. The first online chat will focus on easing holiday money concerns and providing year-end tax planning advice.

NAPFA Fee-Only financial advisors will answer questions for free on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015 at live.kiplinger.com or through twitter using the hashtag #MaximizeMoney.

Maximize Your Money will feature 20 financial advisors who will provide specific answers to questions across an array of topics:

  • Easing Holiday Money Concerns—Smart financial advice on how you can make the most of the holidays without going broke, taking out unneeded loans or emptying your savings.
  • Year-End Tax Planning—Guidance on what you can do now, before the end of the year, to protect your investments and lower your tax bill.
  • Other Financial Challenges—From saving for college to investing to paying down debt, advisors are available to provide the best solutions to all your financial questions.

Participants can submit questions in advance and throughout the live chat, and/or read about easing your holiday money concerns and year-end tax planning during and after the event. Participants can also view questions and answers, as well as ask for financial advice, by using the #MaximizeMoney hashtag on Twitter.

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