Below are some tools we thought would be helpful to you, our consumers!
Whether you are looking for a planner, or tips for hiring a financial planner, we hope this information proves helpful to you...
Let's Make a Plan The CFP(R) Board of Standards also supports a "find a planner" function, again developed and designed to assist consumers seeking financial planning advice in finding a qualified compatible CFP(R) professional.Articles Of Interest
Tips For Hiring A Financial Planner Trying to locate a Financial Planner and aren't sure of the questions to ask? The following are a few consumer brochures put out by the Financial Planning Association to help you find the right planner for your needs.
Consumer Federation of America An advocacy organization, working to advance pro-consumer policy on a variety of issues, and disseminating information on consumer issues to the public.
American Association of Retired Persons AARP's National Office Home Page
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Los Angeles A non-profit organization, that helps consumers prevent and solve personal money management difficulties through education, confidential counseling and debt repayment plans. All services are free.
College Board Online A not-for-profit educational association that supports academic preparation and transition to college for students. Their activities include helping students prepare academically for and enter college, and assisting families secure financial aid information.
General Services Administration Federal Government agency which publishes the Consumer Information Catalog. Order free or dirt cheap brochures on numerous topics of interest.
National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) This site was developed by state unclaimed property experts to assist you - free of charge - in your efforts to search for funds that may belong to you or your relatives.