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Supplement to “Kentucky Living 2010 Finance Guide”

The Internet is an endless source for information about savvy saving, investing, and budgeting strategies. Here are just a few suggestions to get you started:

www.cfp.net
The Certified Financial Planner site offers tools to locate a CFP in your area, articles on how to choose a CFP, how to report a complaint, the financial planning process in general, and other general finance articles. For easy navigation to the topic you need, click on “Site Help.”

www.finance.yahoo.com
Yahoo’s personal online finance offers a wide range of information on investing and personal finance.

www.financialeducation.citi.com
Financial information and tools for individuals, businesses, corporations, and government, from Citigroup Inc. and multiple Citi business.

www.daveramsey.com
Dave Ramsey, a personal money-management expert, an extremely popular national radio personality, and the best-selling author of The Total Money Makeover, offers financial advice.

www.howstuffworks.com
HowStuffWorks, a subsidiary of Discovery Communications, is an online source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works. Type “personal finance” in the search box.

www.investopedia.com
An online dictionary to financial terms and other articles on finance from Forbes.

www.kfi.ky.gov
The Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions site. Click on “Public Resources” then “Investment Help” for links to free, helpful PDF booklets offering tips on The Basics of Investing in Stocks, Maximizing Your Retirement Investments, Where to Invest Your College Money, and more.

www.kentuckyliving.com
KentuckyLiving.com maintains a Web archive of all the previous Money Matters columns and Smart Money, the new column title. Just go to the Article Search box and type “Money Matters” or “Smart Money” for links to the last 10 years’ worth of financial columns.

www.kysaves.com
Kentucky’s official 529 state-sponsored education savings plan, Kentucky Education Saving Plan Trust (KESPT), created to help Kentucky families save after-tax dollars for future college expenses.

www.money.cnn.com/pf
From CNN and Money and Fortune magazines, business news, market information, and personal finance.

www.mymoney.gov
The U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission provides financial education resources for all Americans.

www.savingforcollege.com
An Internet guide for saving for college with information on state-sponsored 529 college savings plans. The site also provides free access to tools and calculators and financial aid information. Additional “premium content” is available for a fee.

www.suzeorman.com
Suze Orman, a personal finance expert as well as television host, author, and motivational speaker on finance.

www.wife.org
Financial information specifically for women from the Women’s Institute for Financial Education. Topics include finance, divorce and widowhood, taxes and retirement, and family.

To read the January 2010 feature that goes along with this supplement, go to Kentucky Living 2010 Finance Guide.

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