Are concerns about money keeping you awake at night?
Help yourself rest a little easier by calling the 211 Financial Advice Line, next Tuesday, June 12 between 4 and 8 pm. By calling 211 that evening, you can speak directly with a professional financial expert about your money concerns.
Call 211 and get FREE professional advice on:
- Credit issues
- Financial planning
- Building a retirement fund
- Debt management
- Consumer rights
- ID theft, scams and fraud
- Homeownership issues
- and more!
Dozens of certified credit and housing counselors and professional financial planners will be manning the Financial Advice Line, addressing questions from callers throughout the Bay Area.
Help spread the word about the Financial Advice Line by telling a friend. You can also download and post our flyer on your office bulletin board(s).
The Financial Advice Line is a project of the San Francisco Smart Money Network. Calls are answered by certified financial planners from the San Francisco Financial Planning Association and certified credit counselors from Consumer Credit Counseling Service of San Francisco. 211 United Way of the Bay Area volunteers manage phone calls, answer basic questions, and make referrals to experienced counselors and resources. CBS 5 San Francisco is hosting volunteers in studio. Valuable support is also provided by the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment and the Office of the Mayor. It is sponsored by the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation.
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