Finding advice is critical to financial planning and obtaining personal advice helps investors set and realize their goals.
Vancouver (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
With personal debt on the rise in Canada, more Canadians are finding it difficult to plan and save for retirement. According to Statistics Canada, only 26% of eligible Canadians make contributions to their Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSP). Most potential investors do not give much attention to RRSPs until very near the March 1, 2013 deadline.
To help investors make informed decisions, Know Your Financial Advisor is pleased to announce the launch of Ask an Advisor. Investors can now ask free, personal questions about their own finances using this online tool at their own convenience. A carefully vetted database of qualified, licensed financial advisors answer questions and investors can follow-up with advisors at any time.
“More Canadians today are feeling overwhelmed planning for retirement or having questions on how to better manage their money. With the launch of Ask an Advisor, we’re making better financial advice available to all Canadians,” said Tyrel Burton, Co-founder of Know Your Financial Advisor. “Finding advice is critical to financial planning and obtaining personal advice helps investors set and realize their goals.”
About Know Your Financial Advisor
Since its debut in 2009, Know Your Financial Advisor has helped thousands of Canadians gain control of their personal finances assisted by trusted financial advisors. Through KYFA.com, Know Your Financial Advisor provides trusted content and free tools to help investors tackle their finances. These tools include Ask an Advisor, Smart Match Search, newsletters, and a carefully vetted database of qualified, licensed financial advisors. For more information about Know Your Financial Advisor, please visit http://www.kyfa.com.
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Tyrel Burton, Co-founder