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J.D. at Get Rich Slowly (a great personal-finance blog), writes:

This Friday, January 26th, you can receive free, professional retirement advice by phone courtesy of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance:

Get free, personalized answers to your financial questions. For the fifth time, we are joining with the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) to sponsor Kiplinger’s Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. eastern time on Friday, January 26, NAPFA members across the U.S. will be standing by to take your calls and answer your questions.

Normally, these fee-only planners, who are well versed in investments, taxes, insurance, estate planning, and retirement and college saving, charge clients $100 to $250 an hour. But on Jump-Start Days, you pay nothing — not even for the phone call. Just dial 888-919-2345.

Our retirement hotline is a public service that is offered to all, not just Kiplinger’s subscribers. If your questions can’t be answered on the spot, you may be referred to resources on the Internet that will help you find the information you need.

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  1. I just got off the phone with these guys. I was on hold for too long which wasn’t pleasant, then some guy picks up and asks what he can help me with. The conversation was probably 4 – 5 minutes in duration before he shooed me away to answer another call.

    This would probably be good for people who have very pointed, specific questions. I was looking for more general advice on asset allocation, and he just didn’t take the time to understand my current position. I can’t really blame him, there’s only so much you can do with 4 minutes over the phone. Good luck to anyone else who’s giving this one a shot.

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