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How To Get a Good Credit Scorehttps://www.consumerfinance.gov/ask-cfpb/how-do-i-get-and-keep-a-good-credit-score-en-318/    

Student Resource Guidehttps://www.apartmentguide.com/students/   

Best Ways to Get Out of Debthttps://www.wsj.com/articles/the-best-ways-to-get-out-of-debt-11544902840   

Loan Repayment Calculator https://www.studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/repaymentEstimator.action 


9 Fun Ways to Teach Your Children about Saving Money https://www.familyeducation.com/kids/teaching-kids-save

- Free: Family education shares fun ways to teach your children about

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Banking Sense http://www.bankingsense.com/ - Free: Provides tips on personal

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Cash Money Life https://cashmoneylife.com/ - Free: Useful information on personal finance,

small business, and career journals, with daily articles about financial, small business, and career

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Debtors Anonymous http://www.debtorsanonymous.org/ - Free: Promotes a 12-Step Program

to restore financial health.


Earned Income Tax Credit https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/individuals/earned-income-tax-credit - Free: By answering questions and providing basic income information, you can use Earned Income Tax Credit Assistant to: find out if you are eligible for EITC; determine if

your child or children meet the tests for a qualifying child; and estimate the amount of your credit.


Eliminating Racism/Empowering Women - YWCA https://www.ywca.org - Free: Each year, 76 percent of women and children served by YWCAs have

incomes below the federal poverty level or less, the equivalent of about $23,850 a year for a

family of four. YWCA works to address the unique needs of those living in poverty and strive for

outcomes that increase emotional and economic self-sufficiency. We provide more than 122,000

women with economic empowerment programs annually, and more than 2,200 military veterans

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an ongoing commitment - truly, a mandate of our mission - to provide leadership development

opportunities to women and girls.


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The Letters Foundation https://letters.foundation - free: The Letters Foundation considers

letters written by individuals on behalf of themselves or their immediate families. It provides

“life-changing” grants to people who, for reasons beyond their control, have fallen on hand

financial times.


Money Savvy Generation http://www.moneysavvy.com - Free: Provides important financial

education lessons for the youth audience. The Money Savvy Generation Foundation provides

innovative and age-appropriate curriculum materials to educators and others to help them teach

young students (grades K through 10) the skills of basic personal finance. As referenced in the

Power of Presence, you can also purchase a four- section piggy bank to reinforce the objectives

of saving, investing, sharing and spending.


My Debt Epiphany http://www.mydebtepiphany.com/ - Free: Provides an opportunity for a

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My Money Five https://www.mymoney.gov/ - Free: A government site to help make the

most out of your money by learning ways to earn, borrow, save/invest, spend, and protect your

finances. It provides online calculators, budget worksheets, planning checklists and other helpful

resources to help make successful financial decisions.


Office of Child Care https://www.acf.hhs.gov/occ/ - Free: Office of Child Care supports lowincome

working families through child care financial assistance and promotes children's learning

by improving the quality of early care and education and afterschool programs.


Office of Community Services, Low-Income Home Energy https://www.acf.hhs.gov/ocs/

liheap-state-and-territory-contact-listing/- Free: Includes a map where you can select your state

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Operation Homefront Critical Assistance Program https://mafa.operationhomefront.net/

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Single Moms Income http://singlemomsincome.com/ - Free: Provides investment tips for

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TANF https://www.acf.hhs.gov/ofa/programs/tanf/about/ - Free: The Temporary Assistance for

Needy Families (TANF) program is designed to help families living in poverty achieve selfsufficiency.


WIFE http://www.wife.org/ - Free: The Women’s Institute for Financial Education is the oldest

non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial education to women in their quest for

financial independence.


Wise Bread http://www.wisebread.com/ - Free: Wise Bread is a community of bloggers here to

help you live large on a small budget so you don't have to sacrifice your financial independence

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Resources for Single Mothers https://financialassistanceforsinglemothers.com