Website Offers Stress Free Environment To Get Answers To Retirement Questions

Columbia, South Carolina (PressExposure) April 08, 2009 -- Investing and saving for retirement can be one of the hardest jobs in the world. Choosing an advisor or someone who can assist with these financial decisions is even tougher. Instead of being in a pressure situation, it’s best to be in a stress free environment when considering investing choices and finding a financial professional for assistance. That’s the goal of AskRetirementQuestions.com, a free internet based question and answer service that connects people who have retirement questions with professionals who can help them.

“People are overwhelmed when they are confronted with investing and retirement issues,” said Vondre’ Whaley, the founder and CEO of the site.“ People have questions, but it’s hard to tell if you’re getting beneficial advice, especially when you’re only listening to one person”

AskRetirementQuestions.com is a free site where people can ask tough financial questions dealing with various areas of retirement and get responses from many qualified professionals. Based on responses, it’s easier to choose a financial advisor. The concept is taking off to a fast start and Whaley expects the site to reach over 100,000 questions by the end of the year. People throughout the country are using the service and financial professionals are signing up with the sponsorship program, which is a great way to get new clients.

To enhance the national presence of the site, each state has a marketing director. Their responsibilities include networking with local financial professionals and getting the word out about free services offered through AskFinancialQuestions.com.

Whaley, an internet entrepreneur, is a former licensed insurance agent who believes in educating his clients before they make choices. He came of with the idea for the site after being pressured into a bad financial situation. If he had a forum where he could have evaluated different opinions, his losses could have been avoided.

To educate others, AskRetirementQuestions.com also includes articles on financial matters and a retirement tips newsletter. With so many people seeking good financial advice, this site hopes to be the leader in the market place by utilizing breakthrough technology.

“Our main goal is to help others by giving them more options when making financial and retirement choices,” says Whaley. “Everyone has at least one question about their retirement.”

For additional information about this free financial resource, contact Nichole Washington or visit http://www.askfinancialquestions.com.

About ARQ Communications

About AskFinancialQuestions.com:


AskFinancialQuestions.com is a free internet based question and answer service that connects people who have financial questions regarding their retirement with professionals who can help them. Based in Columbia, S.C., the company uses the latest search technology to provide resources and tools for consumers to help them make better financial decisions.


Nicole Washington, director of public relations
AskRetirementQuestions.com
1-888-387-3505
Email Inquiries: vondre@gmail.com
http://www.askretirementquestions.com

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Press Release Submitted On: April 07, 2009 at 2:45 am
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