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360 Degrees of Financial Literacy Web site offers information to help consumers make sound financial decisions at every stage of their lives.



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The 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy Web site offers information to help consumers make sound financial decisions at every stage of their lives, from childhood to retirement.

Life Stages
      Childhood
      College
      Career
      Military & Reserves
      Couples & Marriage
      Parenthood
      Home Ownership
      Entrepreneurs
      Life Crisis
      Sandwich Generation
      Retirement

Financial Topics
      Business Owner
      Education Planning
      Estate Planning
      Government Benefits
      Investment Planning
      Personal Finance
      Protection Planning
      Retirement Planning
      Tax Planning

Financial Guidance Book
      Introduction
      Budgeting Your Resources
      Tax Planning
      Home Ownership and Financing
      Retirement Planning
      Educational Savings and Financial Aid
      Necessary Legal Protections
      Life Insurance Planning

Miscellaneous
   
      How Can Your Family Spend Less On Groceries and Eating Out

Women
      Getting Started
      Building Your Career
      Planning For Your Future
      Growing Your Household
      Transitions & Life Changing Events
      Owning a Business
      What's New

Ask The Money Dr.
      Jim Kirby
      Michael Trank
      Leonard C. Wright
      Jerry F. McCarthy

In Your State:
All around the country, CPAs volunteers are offering free and informative financial literacy events.  To find out when and where the events are happening in your community, visit the In Your State section of this Web site.

Related Links

Families often find themselves spending more than they realize but still find it hard to cut corners when trying to save. Here are some suggestions to help decrease your expenses and increase your savings:

• Forgo buying bottled water, get a water filter and drink tap water.

• Do without name brands and buy store brand
“generics” of the same thing.

• Skip the bakery goods and make your own breads and
cookies. Freeze extras.

http://www.360financialliteracy.org/

 

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