Boston, MA, April 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Norfolk Financial Corporation, a Boston financial services company, has recently launched a new website, www.letstalkaboutdebt.com, geared towards American consumers. It offers tips, helpful links, and advice on how to stay out of debt.
Dan Goldstone, president and founder of the Norfolk Financial Corporation, has seen first-hand the damaging effects of financial mismanagement. His range of experience, including acting as a Special Assistant Attorney General to Collect Debts due the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as 18 years practicing law in the private sector, has made him extremely well versed in this field.
Having three daughters prompted him to share his financial know-how when he created letstalkaboutdebt.com. Goldstone is passionate about instilling fiscal responsibility in our youth. “I believe financial responsibility must be taught to our children from a young age to ensure that they become good financial citizens.” This basic tenet underlines his drive to educate young consumers.
The website reflects many of the points Goldstone plans to share with school children in Boston. He explains, in accessible language, financial jargon that many struggle with when facing debt. He covers the essentials of credit and explores the consequences of the economic choices follows. Relying on his legal training, Goldstone offers a case study that helps his audience better understand the lessons.
His philanthropic experience as a volunteer with Operation Hope’s “Banking On Our Future” program has helped to make this website effective. As stated in its website, www.operationhope.org, “the mission of the Banking on Our Future (BOOF) program is to execute a global delivery system for financial education for youth ages 9-18 at no cost to school districts, with a focus on urban, under-served communities.” As an Operation Hope volunteer, he is skilled in teaching financial literacy.
Dan Goldstone hopes that letstalkaboutdebt.com will help consumers make better choices for their financial health. In fact, it might just be the start of a debt-free future.