( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2016-09-23 22:17:35 )
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
From: Deborah Peterson, President
Re: Finding a Financial Advisor
CHARLOTTE, NC – Sept. 23, 2016 – As Money Counts continues to grow and expand our reach across the United States, we are pleased to announce our newest outreach initiative, which includes a 60-second television spot in the Charlotte area and an introduction of Money Counts to new clients and new markets throughout the United States.
Beginning the week of September 19, 2016, our new commercial will air in Money Counts’ home market of Charlotte, N.C., on such networks as CNN, MSNBC, Fox Business News, TLC, and more. Additionally, a long-form segment will run in more than 200 markets on Public Television affiliates nationwide during the Voices in America programming.
The Voices in America segment will introduce Money Counts to prospective clients and markets who are unaware of the benefits of working with a financial advisor and how affordable it can be to seek guidance and assistance from a financial planner.
“A lot of people aren’t really familiar with how financial planners will work with you,” says President of Money Counts, Deborah Peterson, “They think they need to have money before they come and see someone.”
In fact, says Peterson, it’s better to speak with someone “as soon as possible to understand your money and make it work for you.”
Nicole Milone, a Financial Advisor for Money Counts, explains their business is about letting people know they have choices.
“I like talking to people, to understand their situations, and then helping them to understand that there are some decisions and choices that could be made to improve their situation,” Milone said.
Assisting with more than just retirement planning, Money Counts will help clients plan for everyday living with cash flow management and budgeting. At the same time, Debbie and her staff want people to know that planning for retirement can begin at any time – whether you’re 20 years from retirement, 2 years or you’ve been retired for 10 years. As the video states, “it’s never too late to begin managing your retirement funds effectively.”