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  • Choose to Save - A site completely devoted to financial education. Articles and calculators for thinking about many money-related situations.
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  • The Dave Ramsey Show - Host of a nationally syndicated radio program discussing personal finance topics. Strongly emphasizes reducing, avoiding, and eliminating debt.
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  • Dinkytown Financial Calculators - Mortgage, auto, loan, investment, retirement, and tax calculators.
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  • Financial Recovery Counseling Institute - Helps clients transform their relationship with money and credit.
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  • Free Financial Advice - Information, tools and opinions on personal finance topics.
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  • Hugh's Financial Calculators - Large collection of tools for evaluating mortgage rates, retirement options, tax policies, the lifetime effects of daily personal expenditures, savings and investment options, and other personal finance topics.
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  • One Cent At A Time - Articles about how to manage your money and get ahead financially.
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  • Practical Money Skills - Offered by Visa. Offers financial literacy lessons, resources, games and calculators.
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  • Pre-K Finance - Activities and resources, parent-and-child tested, meant to give ideas for teaching how money works and what it can do, for talking about how your family uses money, and for modeling good money management.
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  • SavingAdvice.com - Articles, tips, quizzes, weekly newsletter and daily saving challenge.
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  • SpendOnLife.com - Offers consumers comparison shopping on long distance, credit reports, insurance, loans and debt counseling.
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  • Working Woman's Guide To Financial Security - A series of financial planning guides for women.
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  • Young Money Magazine - Articles, surveys and information about money management for young adults.
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  • NPR : Financial Planning for Retirement - Many Americans find it difficult to save for retirement. For helpful tips on how to save for the golden years, Renee Montagne speaks with Jonathan Clements, financial columnist for The Wall Street Journal. [4:52 streaming audio broadcast] (March 01, 2005)
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