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The New York Times: Your Money: A Hub for Help During the Coronavirus Crisis

By Ron Lieber and Tara Siegel at The New York Times

"Where to get free financial planning help

Many financial advisers are offering free phone sessions to people whose incomes have fallen, no matter where they live.

The XY Planning Network of advisers has a spot on its search webpage for “Coronavirus help” and will be adding names to it as people sign up. There are already dozens.

We’ve heard from the following planners or firms who want to help as well: Daren BlonskiWesley BottoJill IsbellFairlight AdvisorsTed KlontzAndrew KomarowBrandt KuhnAnna N’Jie-KonteElizabeth LundstromKevin MahoneyHoward MorinMaddi NapierKimberly B. OgdenAlan RhodeMatt RinkeyDawn SantorielloChris Saxton and Alex Wilson.

We’ve included links to their sites so you can see their experience and credentials. Nearly all of them are certified financial planners, a designation that requires continuing education and passing a difficult exam."

Read more at the New York Times >