|By PR Newswire||
|August 11, 2014 04:03 PM EDT||
SAN DIEGO and NEW YORK, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- American Consumer Council (ACC), a non-profit membership organization dedicated to consumer education, advocacy and financial literacy has partnered with AdviceIQ to provide ACC members with easy access to personal finance and investing guidance articles online.
With thousands of articles written by the country's most accomplished financial advisors, AdviceIQ is one of the nation's leading syndicators of personal finance and investing content. All of ACC's 147,000 members will now be able to access three AdviceIQ articles per day on the ACC website. The arrangement aids ACC's ongoing mission to support America's growth by encouraging the sale of reliable goods and services to consumers.
"We're excited to extend our nationally leading syndication program to ACC members," stated Tom Morgan, SVP of Syndication & Publishing at AdviceIQ. "With three personal finance and investing content articles per day appearing on the ACC homepage, association members will receive the vital information they need to properly plan and appropriate their financial future."
Tom Hinton, ACC President & CEO, reiterated the benefit of providing top-rate, nationally relevant articles to ACC members nationwide. "Since 1987, ACC has provided its members with guidance on how to better manage and administer their financial resources," said Hinton. "This new partnership with AdviceIQ will help to further educate, empower and motivate our members to become smarter investors and consumers."
AdviceIQ is an online hub for advisor-submitted articles, daily advisor rankings and in-depth advisor profiles. Designed to provide consumers with rich financial content, AdviceIQ also employs geo-targeted syndication technology to help investors find local advisors. All featured advisors are vetted by AdviceIQ RCR™, the strictest regulatory review in the industry. Learn more at AdviceIQinstitutions.com.
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