In today’s economy, many people find they are behind on their financial goal savings. VestMatch’s e-book, 7 Rules for Saving Together, gives people tools to get back on track.
Online PR News – 04-August-2009 – – OAKLAND, CA – VestMatch (www.vestmatch.com), a provider of online tools targeted at collaborative savings and investing, is launching its free e-book, 7 Rules for Saving Together. The book helps people who are saving for a financial goal reach their goal faster through the collaborative involvement of other people.
“Even though the market has been up in the last few months, many people who have been saving for college in a 529 plan or another goal are behind in their plans because of the market’s downward slide these last 18 months,” says Matt Sadler, CEO of VestMatch. “7 Rules can help people accelerate their savings to get to a point where goals are attainable again. It also provides a kick-start for those who want to start a long-term savings plan. Collaborative savings is an effective way for parents, grandparents, and other family members contribute to offset some of these losses.”
The e-book can be downloaded from the VestMatch’s homepage or directly from the e-book registration page.
VestMatch creates the online tools to coordinate multiple contributors and keep them informed, while the account owners manage the savings account through their choice of any bank or brokerage firm. VestMatch can be effective for college savings plans, gifting plans to reduce estate taxes, charitable or community causes, or any other financial goal that can involve multiple people.
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About VestMatch: VestMatch (www.vestmatch.com) is an Oakland-based company providing online tools for collaborative savings. VestMatch offers solutions for college savings and 529 Plans, non-profit fundraising, and more.