The people who need financial advice the most are usually the ones who can’t afford it. As Alanis Morissette once asked — isn’t it ironic?
Only those with a few commas in their bank accounts already can afford to have a financial advisor on speed dial. The rest of us are left to scour the internet for broad advice that may or may not answer our questions and definitely won’t take into account our unique situations.
But with a website called FreeFinancialPlan.com by Anasova, you can get a free, totally customized financial plan — and it could save you as much as $3,500 a year.
Get Your Own Personal Financial Advisor — But Don’t Pay For It
Anasova is an AI-powered tool that asks questions about your finances and lifestyle to build a totally personalized financial plan for your specific needs. We know what you’re thinking: How can AI compare to real, human financial advice?
But Anasova was created by Tom Anderson, a nationally known wealth-management executive and financial insider who knows exactly what questions financial advisors ask their clients. Anasova just automates the process to make it accessible to everyone — not just the rich.
Even better? It’s totally anonymous. You don’t even need to enter your email address. And unlike a lot of other tools, it’s not trying to sell you any products. Anderson says financial advice should be totally separate from the influence of selling products.
How This Free Plan Could Save You $3,500/Year
Whether you want to grow your wealth, shrink your debt or a thousand other situations in between, Anasova’s free financial plan will help get you on the right path.
Want a basic plan? In 60 seconds, you’ll have your financial fitness score and tips on how to improve it, based on your current situation.
For a more in-depth plan, it takes less than 10 minutes to answer some (totally anonymous) questions about what you do with your money, then you’ll get a personalized PDF to guide you.
These plans save users an average of $3,500 a year.
Anasova will tell you how much to save each month to retire comfortably, which debt to focus on, how much you could save each year if you follow its advice, and way more — it depends on what you need from a plan.
It’s all the information you would get from a personal financial advisor, minus the office visit and a $2,000 bill.
We know what you’re thinking, and no. There’s no catch. There aren’t even ads on Anasova’s site, and you never give them your email address. It’s just helping you take control of your personal finances and make smarter money decisions.
And if you still need to talk to an advisor directly, there’s an option to buy a session — at a 95% discount. No, that’s not a typo.
Now there’s no excuse for you to ignore your goals and get your accounts into tip-top shape. Just click here to answer a few questions and get your free financial plan from Anasova now. It could save you thousands.