Philip Calvert, the founder of social network IFALife, will publish a book of top financial advice tweets for consumers.
IFAs can submit their financial mantra as a tweet to @MyMoneyTip, or via LinkedIn, email or IFALife.
Calvert will select the best 1,001 tweets to appear in a paperback book, as well as in an e-book and an iPhone App,
Contributing IFAs will receive a My Money Tip badge to appear on their websites.
There is no charge to submit a short tip to the book, and IFAs can submit as many tips as they like, with the possibility of more than one making the final draft.
Self-promotional tips will not be considered and tips should be generic and helpful such as "spend less than you earn".
However, there is a £29 charge for IFAs whose tips are included in the book who would like to add their contact details.
As well as being published in the book, contributors will have their practice listed on IFALife's Foursquare page, and will be added to IFALife's featured member section and its IFA social media directory.
Whole pages of the book are available for £97.
For a fee of £497 plus VAT providers will be able to place ten tips in a dedicated section of the book.
Calvert said the book will be published as soon as possible, depending on submissions, and will be sold in bookshops as well as on Amazon, iTunes and other online shops.
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