Would you like to have your money mistakes addressed by qualified and vetted financial experts?
As part of CNBC + Acorn's Invest In You: Ready. Set. Grow financial wellness and education initiative, this month we'll be engaging our social media users to share their money mistake stories and receive targeted advice from some of our CNBC Financial Advisor Council members via our #CNBCMoneyMistakes campaign.
It's an unprecedented opportunity to interact directly with some of your favorite CNBC + Acorns experts and personalities in order to help address your specific money concerns.
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Here's how it works: If you have a money mistake story you'd like to share, or question you'd like answered, you'll have an opportunity to share and engage via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram. Selected money mistake stories will receive responses from the CNBC + Acorns team of experts in a variety of formats, including written responses, videos and more.
Your money mistake stories and/or questions can relate to virtually any aspect of money management, investing or personal finance, ranging from falling behind on your mortgage or student loans or selling a stock too soon, to under-funding your retirement accounts or recovering from a failing business venture.
The CNBC financial advisor experts will include: Douglas Boneparth, CFP and President of Bone Fide Wealth (pictured below, top row left); Marguerita M. Cheng, CFP and CEO and Co-Founder of Blue Ocean Global Wealth (top row, center); Winnie Sun, founder of Sun Group Wealth Partners (top right); Ted Jenkin, CFP, who is CEO and founder of oXYGen Financial (bottom row, left); and CNBC Contributor Janet Alvarez, consumer advocate and executive editor of the Wise Bread financial website (bottom right). Plus, we'll have selected CNBC anchors, reporters and notable guests on hand to also offer advice and responses.
We hope you'll join us soon on our #CNBCMoneyMistakes social media campaign.
Disclosure: NBCUniversal and Comcast Ventures are investors in Acorns.