Carmel, IN - Raymond J. Ohlson, CLU, CRC, President and CEO of The Ohlson Group, Inc. and Safe Money Places International LLC, recently launched an e-Newsletter (Safe Money News®) on the company's website www.SafeMoneyPlaces.com. Safe Money News® is published ten times per year and covers more than just safe money. "Since Safe Money News® is a consumer-oriented newsletter," Ohlson says, "we wanted it to be, first, 'reader-friendly', so our writers are discussing more than just financial issues."
The newsletter is already capturing the attention of and positive comments from consumers and financial professionals around the country. Safe Money News® covers a variety of subjects in which Americans are interested, including: health, travel, retirement, home safety issues, and more. “We wanted to develop a one-of-a-kind e-newsletter developed with the consumer in mind," Ohlson adds. "At Safe Money Places International, LLC and The Ohlson Group, Inc., I think we have done just that! We have an amazing cast of professionals writing articles for each issue." </span>
Some of the articles in the current issue are, “Playing it safe…and Losing" by Ohlson; “The Basics of Veterans Benefits" by Dale Krause, JD, LLM; “The Joke's on Us with Social Security" by Dr. Michael Hicks, Director of Ball State University’s Center for Business and Economic Research. Hicks' research has been cited by many national media, including: The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNBC, Fox Business, and others.
"In keeping with our mission to present valuable information that seniors want and need, in addition to financial issues," Ohlson continues, "we have articles on eye safety and the best types of sunglasses by Dr. Dennis Lauck, and tips on personal finance and safe travel by Steve Dinnen, who for many years served as freelance editor for The Christian Science Monitor in the areas of personal finance and travel. Dan Hubbard, M.Ed, writes on personal health, and Dr. Jack Marrion gives his insightful views on life and finances. Jack's articles have appeared for years in The Wall Street Journal, on CBS Reports, and in over one hundred other publications. So, Safe Money News® has something for everyone, and that's how we intend to keep it!"
Both consumers and professional financial advisors can get a free, complimentary subscription by clicking here at www.safemoneyplaces.com.