It’s Easy to Get Started The U.S. Department of the Treasury has launched myRA (my Retirement Account), a new retirement savings account that can help people start saving for their future. If you don’t have access to a… Read More
How to do it: Use IRS Form 8888 to split part of your refund into a savings account. Learn more.
Click the link below for guidance to help you get started with a money saving plan. It can be hard to put aside money for savings. But there is an easy way to save money without ever missing… Read More
If you’re looking for ways to cut down on your debt and track your progress, explore the links below. How to do it: Find places to cut your spending so that you can pay down your debts faster. Find… Read More
…Whether you are saving already or don’t know where to start, click the link below for various ways to start or explore different saving options . How to do it: Find ways save. Here are 54 ways to get… Read More
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LEARN ABOUT UNIQUE ISSUES WOMEN MAY EXPERIENCE WHEN IT COMES TO MONEY WITH THIS EDUCATIONAL SERIES FROM UF/ IFAS WAKULLA COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE At some point in their life, women are likely to be solely responsible for financial… Read More
Calling all women!!!! UF/IFAS has just published a series that I believe should be required reading for women of all ages. The series addresses Women and Money—-through a realistic perspective. For the publication series, see http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_series_women_and_money_unique_issues
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