Got finance questions? Get expert answers.

Bring your money queries to the table on Thursday, June 14, when Kiplinger.com hosts a live web chat with a trio of experts from the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA).

The session is part of Kiplinger’s “Jump-Start Your Financial Plan” series. Here’s the beauty part: It’s free.

Sign on to the chat between 1 and 3 p.m. Eastern to ask questions or to comment on the proceedings. You can sign on and off as needed (yikes! Boss Over Shoulder!) and/or catch the whole thing as a transcript afterwards.

Two other ways to access the live chat:

  • On the Kiplinger or NAPFA Facebook pages
  •  On Twitter, via #JumpStartRetire

If you’re interested in personal finance you’ve no doubt seen the Kiplinger logo. Way back in 1923 the company created “The Kiplinger Letter,” a personal finance publication. Today it’s the longest continuously published U.S. newsletter.

In 1947 Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine was born and is still being published. However, it’s the Kiplinger.com brand that most of you are probably familiar with, since it’s one of the fastest-growing sites in the PF blogosphere.

Now’s  your chance to ask a question that’s bugging you, especially if it’s a topic about which you’re embarrassed to know so little. That’s the other beauty part: No one has to know it’s you. Pick a screen name – preferably not “Donna Freedman” – and fly under the radar.

Don’t miss this opportunity to pick some top-notch PF brains, and to get that question answered.

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  1. WWII Kid

    C’mon, Donna – wouldn’t it be fun if we ALL signed in as Donna Freeman?

    • WWII Kid

      Or Freedman. (Boss is in, had to type w/o spellcheck)!

    • Donna Freedman

      @WWII Kid: That would be kind of fun, although you’d probably have to go as “DonnaFreedman1,” “DonnaFreedman2,” etc. Like Thing 1 and Thing 2 in Dr. Seuss.

  2. ok, can I use screen name Donna Freeman instead of Donna Freedman?

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