All of us would like to see more pennies in our savings bank, as well as pay down our debt and create a comfortable nest egg for retirement. For your convenience, the ACFC has put together some resources to help you get started or enhance your money-saving.
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Best of the Web Resources
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360 Degrees of Financial Literacy provides articles, online tools, and FAQs about finances, ranging from saving money to buy a home to paying for long-term care. The site also features an ask-the-expert feature called "Ask the Money Dr."
BankRate.com offers rate comparison tools for mortgages and other loans, financial calculators, and educational materials.
Feed the Pig helps you to learn how to save money by breaking down complex financial issues into easy articles, savings tips, podcasts, and much more.
Kiplinger has detailed information on a variety of finance topics, including saving money, taxes, and retirement.
MyMoney.gov is a website from the Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission. Learn how to save and invest, protect, spend, and borrow money wisely.
National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) offers information on credit, buying a home, foreclosure prevention, and dealing with debt.