Today marks the launch of Zuuply.com, a comprehensive resource website for consumers who want answers to common finance-related questions.
Site visitors can post their financial questions on the site's homepage or search thousands of resources available on the site to learn more about annuities, credit cards, investments, banking, loans, personal finance, business taxes and more.
"Since the economic downturn, an increasing number of Americans are finding it prudent to learn more about financial strategies and resources that may help them rebound from a financial crisis, such as a layoff or foreclosure," said Shelly James, president. "Others, who have not been devastated by the economy are seeking information to help them stay solvent, and safeguard their savings from the impact of the current recession or future recessions."
Zuuply.com promotes financial literacy by providing comprehensive, easy-to-digest articles, answers and other resources for consumers seeking the information they need to take charge of their financial future. Site visitors can search the site for topics of interest and browse questions and answers previously posted, or post their own question if the information they need isn't currently archived on the site. Questions are answered by both experts and consumers, creating an interactive and informative online community.
"Zuuply.com is a safe space where people can feel comfortable asking financial questions," said James. "It's our goal that the site will help consumers access the information and resources they need to manage their finances with more confidence and steer them toward a brighter, more prosperous future."