SOURCE: Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc.

February 27, 2009 09:00 ET

Ideal Financial Solutions Announces New Partnership Revenues Exceed $300,000 in January 2009

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - February 27, 2009) - Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IFSL) announces that its new partnership with Applied Learning Media generated more than $300,000 for the first month of this year.

"We are very pleased to have started 2009 off this way," said Kent Brown, IFSL CFO. "This is part of a long-term strategy that was put into motion last year. One of our goals was to lower the cost of our do-it-yourself program, so more people could benefit from our services. These are hard times, and as one of the leaders in debt management and financial growth, we felt it was our obligation to reach out to as many people as possible. We also feel this model will serve our shareholders well, as it allows us to generate residual monthly income. Based on January's numbers, even if we have zero revenue growth, we will generate over $3,600,000 this year in revenue, and this is with just one of our marketing partners."

About Ideal Financial Solutions

Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ideal Financial Solutions (www.idealfsi.com) provides the education, support and automated tools to create additional cash resources, rapidly eliminate all non-asset-building debt and build financial independence. As a leader in personal cash-flow management systems, Ideal uses its automated CashFlow Management© tools (www.onlinecashflowmanagement.com) and its Credit to Wealth Systems (www.credittowealth.com) to assist individuals, families and small businesses in building financial independence. For investors who would like to receive Ideal's newsletter, please send your email address to: support@idealfsi.com.

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