ROCKVILLE, MD (PRWEB) February 14, 2005
Consumers across the United States or across the world can now get free answers to their financial questions by tuning in to MoneyHelp with Steve Rhode, a new internet radio show broadcast by the consumer education organization Myvesta. The weekly show features call-in questions and email submissions by listeners in need of answers on the subject of personal finance, credit and debt.
ÂRight now there arenÂt a lot of places for people to turn to when they have important financial questions and need expert advice,Â said Steve Rhode, president of Myvesta. ÂOur new radio show gives people the opportunity to get the answers they need for free, and learn more about how the world of credit actually works.Â
According to Rhode, the new radio show offers a unique, unbiased opinion on personal finance matters that canÂt be had anywhere else.
ÂSince Myvesta is an independent nonprofit organization that puts the needs of the consumer first, we can open and honest about the solutions that are best for each individual situation,Â Rhode said. ÂOn the air we have the experience and expertise that no other radio show can match. We always offer straightforward answers while hopefully making you laugh at the same time.Â
MoneyHelp with Steve Rhode can be heard by visiting Myvesta.org online, with new shows being added each week. There are links on the Web site for MyvestaÂs online radio station, as well as an archive of past shows, which are available on demand. Questions for the show can be submitted by calling 301-591-1792 or 1-888-601-3097. They can also be sent in online by filling out the form available at Myvesta.org.
Myvesta is dedicated to helping people create healthy financial lives. The organization provides a wide range of materials to inspire and inform people so that they can break down their barriers to financial and personal success. For more information visit Myvesta.org online.