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Linda's Favorite Resources

On The Web

Need a little extra help understanding finances, money management and day-to-day financial strategies? Below is a list of Linda's favorite websites and Blogs to visit for helpful hints and tips.

www.360financialliteracy.org Developed by The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, this site is specifically oriented to teaching individuals about the many facets of family finances, financial planning and basic services.
www.Feedthepig.org Feed your Piggy Bank! This site has spending calculators, saving strategies and other helpful hints to assist you in gaining control over your budget. 
www.everydaycheapskate.com

Frugal living hints and tips from Mary Hunt

www.youthsuccessnyc.org Youth Success New York Learn how to budget, save, and invest.
www.thirteen.org What's Up In Finance? Online resources for teens and parents. Contains a wide variety of online financial games, calculators, informative programs and sites for parents and teens.
www.onlineloancalculator.org Loan Calculator. Exactly what it says. Need a loan? Figure out what it will cost you.
www.tre.wa.gov Washington State Treasurer - Financial Literacy. This page is designed to help citizens and their families learn more about their own finances.

 

Found On The Bookshelf

 

Rapid Debt-Reduction Strategies
By John F. Avanzini

The $1,000 Challenge: How One Family Slashed it’s Budget Without Moving Under a Bridge or Living on Government Cheese
By Brian J. O’Conner

How to Get Our of Debt, Stay Out of Debt & Live Prosperously
By Jerold Mundis

The Complete Tightwad Gazette
By Amy Dacyczyn

9 Steps to Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying
By Suze Orman

Debt-Proof Your Christmas: Celebrating the Holidays without Breaking the Bank 
By Mary Hunt

The Richest Man in Babylon
By George S. Clason

The Wealthy Barber
By David Chilton

How To Save Money Every Day
By Ellie Kay

                                 Still Need Help?

  Given the current status of the economy many families will need financial education and debt counceling. To find resources in your area go to:

www.NFCC.org    National Foundation For Credit Counceling

  The NFCC provides consumer information regarding mortgage lending, foreclosures, debt repayment, and financial education and counseling services. A National Locator Line is provided to assist individuals in finding an appropriate agency in their local area.

 

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