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Below find a menu of web sites addressing the following topics: 

Funding Your Children's Education, Charitable Giving, Pension Plans, Government Economic Statistics , Financial Sites, Social Security, United States Government, Health Care, Health Insurance, & Medicare, Taxes, Charting, Identity Theft

Funding your Children's Education

  • College Board: College selection tips, as well as data, on more than 3,200 two and four year schools.
  • Peterson's College Guides: An extensive overview of financial aid, advice for high school seniors about applying for college.
  • Mapping-Your-Future: A compilation of information by agencies affiliated with the Federal Family Education Loan Program. Tips on planning a career, selecting a college and funding tuition.
  • College Edge: Question-based career with a list of job possibilities, career descriptions, earnings outlook, job prospects and training required.
  • College is Possible: Ideas for students who feel college is beyond their financial grasp. Also contact the U.S. Department of Education at 800-433-3243.
  • Scholarships, awards, and grants selected just for you. Find the college of your choice.
  • FAFSA: Your free application for federal student aid provided by the U.S. Department of Education.

Charitable Giving

  • National Charities Information Bureau: Provides information on charitable giving and philanthropy; including "Tips for Givers."
  • JustGive: Donor information, including "tax benefit FAQ's", ways to give, and a number of inspiring stories.
  • Charitable Choices: Information on over 300 charities, plus a large list of charitable areas making it easier to choose a charity for you.
  • Charity Navigator: Ratings, statistics, and market studies evaluating the financial health of America's top charities.

Government Economic Statistics

  • U. S. Census Bureau: Has population and economic statistics along with the latest economic indicators.
  • Department of Commerce: Provides economic statistics and business news content plus links to the U. S. patent and Trademark Office.
  • Federal Reserve: Updates Federal Reserve economic data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis - CPI, PPI, monetary data, etc.
  • Department of Labor: Has statistics (employment, job growth, etc.) in addition to 401(k) and pension plan material.

Financial Sites

Health Care, Health Insurance, and Medicare

Pension Plans

Social Security

  • Social Security: The official Social Security site with information about programs, benefits, and eligibility.


United States Government

  • House of Representatives: Reviews proposals in the House of Representatives; e-mail a Congressperson.
  • U.S. Senate: Reviews proposals in the U.S. Senate; e-mail a Senator.
  • White House: Reviews information from the White House; e-mail the President.

Identity Theft

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