SOURCE: Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc.

February 13, 2009 10:00 ET

Ideal Financial Solutions Names New Chief Financial Officer

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - February 13, 2009) - Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc., (PINKSHEETS: IFSL) today announced the hiring of Kent B. Brown to serve as the company's Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Brown holds a master's degree in Business Administration from Willamette University, and has more than 14 years of business management experience; including sales, customer service and accounting. He has worked as a general manager, a regional manager, a franchise director and a business consultant.

"We are fortunate to be growing and hiring at a time when many companies are laying off some of their most talented people," said Steven Sunyich, IFSL CEO. "We are thrilled to add Kent to our management team and we look forward to utilizing his many skills to assist us in our growth."

"I'm excited to be joining such a great organization," said Brown. "I see big things happening with Ideal and look forward to helping the company reach its financial goals."

About Ideal Financial Solutions

Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ideal Financial Solutions ( 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 ( and its Credit to Wealth Systems ( 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:

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