Snowdon Financial Launches Consumer Financial Planning Website

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It's no news that many people are struggling in today's economy. They want help, but do not know where to turn. Snowdon Financial has created a financial planning education resource to provide guidance on the path to achieving their goals and dreams.

Snowdon Financial launches financial planning education website to guide people along the path to achieving their goals and dream.

Many people are reeling in today's economy. Housing values are down 20% or more. Retirement portfolios are down even more. Debt levels are at an all-time high. People from all over are seeking help. In many cases, people can get the help they need from personal financial planning. Financial planning done well, that is. Unfortunately, it seems that many who call themselves financial planners really don't practice financial planning. Instead, they mostly use financial planning as a way to sell investments, insurance or other services. Unfortunately, this helps their bottom-line, but does not really serve the consumer.

On the other end of the spectrum are those who truly practice competent financial planning, but only work with those who have a high net worth. While understandable as a business model, this tends to eliminate a great many people from being able to utilize these high-quality planners.

So, the average person is mostly left to fend for themselves. That's where Snowdon Financial comes in. The principals have been in the financial planning and education professions for more than 20 years. Recognizing the need, they have created a resource for the average person. Visitors to the site will be able to access articles, links to other financial sites, commentary on what's going on today, training and education to help guide people along the path to achieving their financial goals and dreams. All of it - free. No obligation. No commitment. No strings attached.

Snowdon Financial is a work in progress and new resources are being added all the time. Already though, visitors to the site can read Financial Planning 101 training articles; learn how to find a qualified financial planner; read about planning for retirement in today's environment, and more.


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