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30 steps to financial health: Consumer Web Site of the Week

 
 

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via Consuming Interests on 3/31/10


Spring cleaning could include some tidying up of your financial house as well.

Financial Literacy MonthApril is Financial Literacy Month, as we’ve told you before. Consider observing the occasion by spending some time each day working through the 30 tips to financial wellness provided by credit counselors Money Management International on its Financial Literacy Month Web site, our Consumer Web Site of the Week.

The literacy month site has online worksheets to help you assess your current fiscal situation — including debts and income — as well as determine what your goals are, create a budget and save for emergencies. It also includes good reminders about creating a home inventory for insurance purposes, checking your credit reports and other important tests and tune-ups that often fall by the wayside when things get busy. And many tips are supplemented with Webcasts that offer more information.

What steps are you taking to get your finances into shape — or what tasks have you been putting off?  

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