The Internet is a good resource for expanding your Financial knowledge.

Advanced Directives - Christian  or  call 1-800-729-9535
Advance Directives - Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Family ServicesHttp:// 
American Association of Retired PersonsHttp://
Coverdell ESA (Education Savings Account) & 529 PlansHttp://
Dental Services - Marquette University School of Dentistry
Employee Benefit Research InstituteHttp://
EE Bonds, E Bonds and I Bonds (Government Savings Bonds)Http://
Help for widowsHttp://
Identity Theft (with taxes)  or  call 1-800-908-4490
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)Http://
Life Expectancy Calculator (Age Calculator)
Older Women's LeagueHttp://
Social Security Administration.Http://   or
Wisconsin Badger Care Plus
Wisconsin Department of Health Programs & Services
Wisconsin Department of RevenueHttp://

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Financial Publications are also good resources for expanding your Financial knowledge.

Busy Family's Guide to Money, TheSandra Block and Kathy Chu and John Waggoner
Complete Idiot's Guide to Long-Term Care Planning, TheMarilee Driscoll
Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s
Fourth Edition, The
Sarah Young Fisher and Susan Shelly
Courage to be Rich, TheSuze Orman
Helping People Through GriefDelores Kuenning
Investing for DummiesEric Tyson
Millionaire Next Door, TheThomas J. Stanley, Ph.D and William D. Danko, Ph.D.
Personal Finance for DummiesEric Tyson
Richest Man in Babylon, TheGeorge S. Clason
Road to Wealth, TheSuze Orman
Ten Commandments of Financial Happiness Feel Richer With What
You've Got, The
Jean Chatzky
Total Money Makeover A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness, TheDave Ramsey
Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents, TheStacey L. Bradford
Wealthy Barber, TheDavid Chilton
When It's Your Turn (Grown Children Caring for Aging Parents)Susan Shelley

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