Nest Egg Builders wants to help America's seniors utilize the web to take control of their retirement planning. EarlEBird.com is a new blog that aims to be the premier source for third-party information on annuities.
Online PR News – 15-May-2012 – New York, NY – Is it really true that one can find any information on the web? Until now, there was at least one piece missing: it was nearly impossible for seniors to find trustworthy information on annuity investments--information from a third-party source, rather than an insurance company or agent trying to sell a product. Nest Egg Builders is announcing the launch of a new blog to solve this problem. Author Bob Hock wants to use his twenty years of financial experience to look out for America's seniors, and that's why he's announcing the launch of the most comprehensive annuity blog that looks out for consumers first. EarlEBird.com is a new annuity blog dedicated to public advocacy and freedom of information, a source that provides simplified term definitions and straightforward facts about annuities and other options for protecting and growing a retirement nest egg.
Earl E. Bird heads a cast of fun cartoon characters created by graphics designer and illustrator Pope Phoenix. In a series of stories and comic strips, these characters and their unique personalities aid the reader in understanding the complex topic of annuities with humor. "Annuities are not the most exciting topic," Hock told Reuters in December. "So I took a page out of the Met Life concept with Snoopy and Peanuts, and thought we would tell some stories about annuities and tax deferral."
Each character possesses a different approach to finance, and their interactions and adventures provide an entertaining way to break down complicated terms that even have some in the financial industry flustered. EarlEBird.com is not intended to make a profit and does not market any particular product--it is a consumer advocacy blog that is committed to the cause of helping America's senior citizens make informed financial decisions for themselves and their beneficiaries.
Visit http://www.earlebird.com, and follow Earl on Twitter @AnnuityEarl.