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Income Tax

Income tax time is stressful for many people. Tax management involves minimizing the effects of taxes in order to help maintain a lifestyle compatible with your goals and aspirations. It is important that you take… Read More

Coping With A Money Crunch

Consumer choice is a fundamental problem for all human beings. It is also a complex problem because there are many new products, services, and ways of doing things being developed all the time. It’s even… Read More

Cleaning Solutions

By Shelley Swenson, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent, Wakulla County Extension 850-926-3931 Interested in Green Cleaning products. UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension and Sustainable Big Bend will offer a workshop entitled “Going Green: Sustainable Cleaning Solutions,… Read More

Managing Your Credit

Credit Management When you hear people say “charge it,” “finance it,” “buy on time,” or “use a payment plan,” it is the same as “using credit.” Credit means buying something or getting cash now and… Read More

Worst Diet Schemes of 2011

Courtesty of Shelley Swenson Family and Consumer Sciences/ Expanded Food and Nutrition Program UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension “Weight loss schemes are more lucrative and offensive than ever,” said Francie M. Berg, a licensed nutritionist and… Read More

Financial Security Webinar

AARP’s Financial Security Team will hold a webinar for couples, just a few days shy of Valentine’s Day! The webinar, Social Security and Couples, will provide information on Social Security benefits, how benefits may differ… Read More

The Green Scene “August”

Being Green:  Learn to Preserve Food I have had such fun teaching people this spring and summer the basics of how to safely preserve food through small “canning parties” held in homes, church kitchens or… Read More