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June 19, 2015
Hello Advertisers:

The Financial Independence Hub, led by veteran financial journalist Jonathan Chevreau, is designed to give the highest quality financial guidance available in the financial services industry today. Jonathan Chevreau was the Financial Post’s mutual funds reporter and Personal Finance columnist between 1993 and 2012, at which point he became Editor-in-Chief for MoneySense Magazine.

In May, 2014 he declared his personal “Findependence Day” to go out on his own but continues to write columns and blogs for MoneySense, the Financial Post, Motley Fool (www.fool.ca) , InvestorEdca’s GetSmarterAboutMoney.ca and Money.ca.

“I envisage The Hub being a North American portal dedicated to Findependence,” Chevreau says, “It includes original content written by me and a growing team of guest bloggers. We also aggregate the best of mass media and blog articles on either side of the border that touch on financial independence.”

The flagship is the Financial Independence Hub, which is organized like the book,
Findependence Day, to take a life cycle approach to financial planning. Thus, the six categories on the site start with Debt & Frugality, then move on to Family Formation & Housing, Building Wealth, Encore Acts, Decumulation & Downsizing, and Longevity & Aging. Launched on November 4, 2014 the sites have garnered as of June 1, 2015 more than 200,000 unique visitors and over 1.2 million page views. You will receive a front page presence plus we can focus your message to your area of expertise. Your message will also rotate throughout the sites 24/7/365.


As a participant of the sites you will have access to our databases, media and inclusion in our all our marketing and advertising initiatives. We offer the opportunity to connect directly with our subscribers through polls, surveys, blogs and news releases. You also have the opportunity to post video, podcasts and downloadable materials to qualified prospects.

Thank-you for your interest in: FindependenceDay.com, FinancialIndependenceHub.com and Findependence.TV

Please contact for Advertising, Sponsorship and Media Opportunities:
Mark Ironside
mark@findependence.tv
289-930-7899

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Veteran financial journalist Jonathan Chevreau launches Financial Independence Hub and e-books on Financial Independence

TORONTO, Ont. – Dec. 12, 2014 – Veteran financial journalist and author Jonathan Chevreau has formally launched the Financial Independence Hub, two sister sites and two new e-books all focused on Financial Independence.

The soft launch of “The Hub” was on Nov. 4, at http://financialindependencehub.com.
You can also find it on a mirror site:
http://findependencehub.com.

The contraction ‘Findependence’ is simply a shorter way to say Financial Independence,” Chevreau says, “But until the term catches on as a replacement for the word ‘Retirement,’ we’re giving people the option of using the longer but more familiar term.”

A third site, http://findependence.tv, is devoted to audio and video content revolving around Financial Independence. For both the books and the web sites, the content is North American, including both the United States and Canada.

I envisage The Hub being a North American portal dedicated to Findependence,” Chevreau says, “It includes original content written by me and a growing team of guest bloggers. We also aggregate the best of mass media and blog articles on either side of the border that touch on financial independence.”

Chevreau says the site is focused neither on retirement nor personal finance per se. “I’ve written two books and two e-books explaining the difference between the terms retirement and financial independence. And I view personal finance as shorter-term tactical content: Findependence takes a more long-term strategic approach that also includes lifestyles. Personal Finance is a tactical tool, Findependence is a way of thinking.”

Two new e-books were also launched in November, a U.S. and Canadian edition of “A Novel Approach to Financial Independence: How to Reach Your Findependence Day … While You’re Still Young Enough to Enjoy It.” These are Kindle e-books from Amazon.com and sell for just US$2.99 or C$3.37. The Canadian edition is already a number 1 bestseller in the Love & Romance category. “That’s not too surprising since the original novel, Findependence Day, is really a financial love story,” Chevreau said.

The original full Canadian edition of the financial novel, Findependence Day, was published by Power Publishers in 2008 and is available only at www.findependenceday.com. The U.S. edition was published by Trafford.com in 2013 and is available there and at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. In June 2015, the U.S. edition also became available through global distributors Ingram and Baker & Taylor, as well as throughout the U.S. library system.

The ebooks are concise 15,000 word summaries of the plot and the financial content, and include a glossary and bibliography with online links to more than 75 recommended titles that will boost financial literacy. “I liken them to Cliff Notes in the U.S. or Coles Notes in Canada,” Chevreau said.

The flagship is the Financial Independence Hub, which is organized like the book to take a life cycle approach to financial planning. Thus, the six categories on the site start with Debt & Frugality, then move on to Family Formation & Housing, Building Wealth, Encore Acts, Decumulation & Downsizing, and Longevity & Aging.

Chevreau was the Financial Post’s mutual funds reporter and Personal Finance columnist between 1993 and 2012, at which point he became Editor-in-Chief for MoneySense Magazine. In May, 2014 he declared his personal “Findependence Day” to go out on his own but continues to write columns and blogs for MoneySense, the Financial Post, Motley Fool (www.fool.ca) , InvestorEdca’s GetSmarterAboutMoney.ca and Money.ca.

For more information, contact:

Jonathan Chevreau,
416-259-1274
jonchevreau8@gmail.com
jonathan@findependenceday.com

 

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