What is Living On My Own? Living On My Own (LOMO) is a hands-on, real-life simulation. In this activity, youth experience their futures in a fun and exciting way. During the program, participants learn how to make healthy… Read More
This year’s National Nutrition Month theme is “Go Further with Food.” One of the main components of this is “shop local.” Why? Because by shopping and buying local, you are not only supporting small businesses and small farmers,… Read More
Each year in the United States, Americans lose billions of dollars to scams and fraud. Unfortunately, much of this total belongs to people over 60 years of age. Older Americans are the most targeted group for scammers. They… Read More
Who would have thought twenty years ago that we would have the whole world at our fingertips like we do today? Smart phones have such potential to revolutionize our daily lives but too often they become drains instead…. Read More
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
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Bindaas Madhavi. (2011) Listen to Your Kids. Most parents would not allow their child to play in the street or to touch a hot stove because parents understand that these actions have consequences and the consequences are serious…. Read More
This is the centennial of Florida’s Cooperative Extension Service, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of all Floridains. We visit the Wakulla county office to see some of the things they do… Click here to view the… Read More
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How to do it: Use IRS Form 8888 to split part of your refund into a savings account. Learn 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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