SOURCE: Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc.

March 06, 2006 09:00 ET

Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc. Launches Its New IWB Club

ST. GEORGE, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 6, 2006 -- Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc. (OTC: IFSL), announces the launch of its new Ideal Wealth Builder Club.

In January 2006, Ideal Financial Solutions launched its newest online wealth building program called the Ideal Wealth Builder Club, which can be found at The IWB Club provides the convenience of personal, online cash flow management for clients who want help with the management of their cash flow program but wish to maintain more control over the process. The Club sign-up membership retails for $199 however is generally being sold at discount prices ranging from $99 to $149 with a monthly residual cost of $19.95. Ideal currently has three of their marketing partners selling club memberships either directly to the consumer or using the club to create additional cash resources to participate in other product sales.

The new club member concept is for consumers who want a "hands on" approach to the management of their cash flow and financial affairs, and have the extra time necessary for successful implementation of a CashFlow Management program. New IWB Club memberships have grown steadily in January to over 14 new member PER DAY and over 400 new club members in February.

"We began to see the need for a program that helped people to be able to manage their own cash flow with limited ongoing help and support," said Steven Sunyich, CEO of Ideal Financial Solutions. "Creating positive cash flow is essential for many Americans to be able to make ends meet, especially with the new increase in minimum payments being charged by credit card companies. Our goal is to help our club members and clients keep more of their hard earned money by effective managing, implementing and redirecting their cash flow" said Sunyich.

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