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Financial planners will answer your questions for free on Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days.

You're setting aside money in a retirement account, but you're not sure if you're saving enough. Or maybe you're in retirement and are looking for ways to make your money last. Or perhaps you need help getting your finances in order so that you can start saving for retirement. If you need help with these or any other retirement and financial matters, take advantage of upcoming opportunities to ask a financial adviser your most pressing questions for free.

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Mark you calendar for Jump-Start Your Retirement Plan Days February 7 and February 12. This annual event sponsored by Kiplinger and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors offers people a chance to get free one-on-one financial advice. NAPFA members will be answering questions during online chats from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET on those two days. This year, Jump-Start Days will feature four separate chat rooms:

Chat Room #1: Taxes and Retirement

Chat Room #2: Saving for Retirement

Chat Room #3: Income in Retirement

Chat Room #4: Other Financial Challenges

The chat rooms are already open so that you can ask questions early. To submit a question, click on a chat room listed above, sign in and leave a comment. Your question will be submitted and held until an adviser can answer in a detailed manner on the day of the chat. Questions will be answered in the order in which they are received. If you can't visit Kiplinger.com the day of the chats, you can check back later for a transcript with the answers to your questions.

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