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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 RetirementFinancial Topics Business Owner Education Planning Estate Planning Government Benefits Investment Planning Personal Finance Protection Planning Retirement Planning Tax PlanningFinancial Guidance Book Introduction Budgeting Your Resources Tax Planning Home Ownership and Financing Retirement Planning Educational Savings and Financial Aid Necessary Legal Protections Life Insurance PlanningMiscellaneous How Can Your Family Spend Less On Groceries and Eating OutWomen Getting Started Building Your Career Planning For Your Future Growing Your Household Transitions & Life Changing Events Owning a Business What's NewAsk The Money Dr. Jim Kirby Michael Trank Leonard C. Wright Jerry F. McCarthyIn 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 LinksFamilies 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 andcookies. Freeze extras.
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