Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Oct 08, 2019 - As a successful entrepreneur in the financial services industry, Scott Langdon saw a problem only growing in scale. Not only were there few no-cost, one-stop resources available for those wanting to improve their financial literacy and prowess but a similar gap existed when it came to useful urgent health care issues like vaping. His Money Task Force blog is on a mission to solve for that.
What started as strictly a personal finance blog has expanded its scope by providing a one-stop information center when major consumer or world issues arise, and there is an onslaught of online content that can be difficult to decipher. Its recent post on vaping called 51 Must-Know Vaping and E-Cig Statistics, Facts and Data, is one example of that. The blog covers the growth of the vaping industry, long-term effects of vaping, vaping stats specific to youths, regulations for manufacturing and selling, and the projected future of the industry.
“When a big public health issue rears its head, there is so much information online that it is extremely difficult for the average consumer to absorb the data they want in a time-efficient way. Money Task Force’s writers and researchers break through the clutter on their behalf to provide reliable and easily understood content on issues that matter. The information has also proven useful to health care practitioners and even journalists looking for a ready resource,” explained David Huner, senior writer and editor, MoneyTaskForce.com. “And, as with all of our personal finance content, there is a financial aspect to anything we write about – with vaping obviously taking a toll on affected families’ health care expenses and it having an impact on investments that consumers may have made or were considering.”
His point is readily reinforced when referencing various search engines. For example, a Google search for “vaping” this week, showed more than 383 million results. Money Task Force’s overall mission is to be “the ultimate personal finance blog and resource” to help readers make better decisions when it comes to their finances.
Its writers are experts in the field and help users to avoid navigating financial and other issues through trial and error. It covers everything from banking, credit, real estate, loans, investing, taxes, tech, travel, and now, societal issues with potential financial consequences. Typically, each subject area includes “how-tos”, answers to common questions, tips, guides and related news.
“We will continue to evolve our content and be responsive to requests from readers for specific topics. We are fortunate to have a very engaged reader community and their input helps us to stay forward-thinking,” Langdon added.
For more information about the Money Task Force blog, go to moneytaskforce.com.
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