Numerous financial websites exist to provide online financial advice to individuals as well as commercial establishments. Normally there isn't much of a difference between offline and online financial sites other than convenience in not requiring physical presence as well as availability of advisors day and night.
When selecting potential online sites to cater to your requirements, check that they are backed by reputable financial organizations. Some of the less honorable institutions focus more on selling financial products as compared to providing good financial advice. In order to achieve their objectives, they may customize their advice to veer towards the direction of pushing a certain line of products. They are driven by the incentive of commissions tagged with sale of products. Be aware of these sites, their terms and conditions.
If you have a specific area to seek online financial advice, check with friends and associates for recommended sites and suggestions. Unless you are seeking financial advice of a general nature, it's advisable to review sites relevant to areas of your interest as they engage consultants who specialize in those areas. Although most sites provide advice on financial planning, mortgage, debt, taxes, insurance and many more, you may require counsel on more niche areas or advice more specific to your needs.
Most, if not all, online financial sites are laden with various bits of advice on the what, how, why, when and which to do with your financial concerns. They are also well-equipped with financial calculators to give you a starting point in figuring out how to pay off existing and soon-to-be-occurred debts, select appropriate mortgages, make worthy investments, etc. To obtain more personalized advice, select a topic to best identify with your need.
The site then matches you with one or more potential financial advisors of which you conduct your own interview to separate the sheep from the goats, so to say. Once you've picked a consultant you feel comfortable with, a quote with proposal is submitted for your approval. Upon ironing out the details, you then set sail on your financial tugboat towards achieving fiscal security, hopefully in the not too distant future