IRS You've heard of them, right?
SBA Small Business Association
FDIC - “Money Smart” program
Rhode Island Housing (RI residents call their Help Center).
RI State Council on the Arts "Healthcare for Artists"
Commercial sites (personal finance pages):
Financial Planning Association
Mint.com - provides planning resources and tools (good site, but use caution about the info you give away...)
Real Clear Markets (aggregator site, with great access to articles)
Minyanville.com (good source of news)
Zerohedge.org (good source of news and super bearish conspiracy theories)
Barron’s (some of the website is still free)
Credit Counseling and Bankruptcy Attorneys:
National Federation for Credit Counseling They'll help you figure out who to trust, who to avoid.
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA.org). They can help you understand the complicated personal bankruptcy process: should you hire a lawyer? who should you hire? how much will it cost you? should you file? should you seek Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? Tough questions.
It’s Not About the Money, by Brent Kessel,
Peace, Love, and Financial Planning; an illustrated guide to money, by E. Larson Gunness
When Genius Failed, by Roger Lowenstein,
Your Money and Your Life, Joe Dominguez, Vicki Robin, Monique Tilford
About Credit Scores:
These are valuable sites, but proceed with caution. Use these as places to learn.
Fractured Atlas - Go to this site and sign up for a membership (the free Community Membership is fine). Then, go to Online Courses under the Programs & Services menu and take the Peace, Love, and Financial Planning course, or one of the others.
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