BETTER MONEY MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE FOR REACHING YOUR GOALS is a booklet designed to help readers manage their money wisely. Worksheets guide them through budgeting, figuring net worth, opening a bank account, balancing a checkbook, financing large purchases, and the basics of establishing good credit and financial security.
FINANCING A COLLEGE EDUCATION is for students and their families & outlines the costs of college, stresses the importance of advance planning, and explores options for college savings funds. It reviews financing options and financial aid and explains government programs.
HOW TO ENJOY A BALANCED DIET ON A BALANCED BUDGET provides nutrition and food group information to help people eat well on a limited budget. Tips for food shopping include checking advertised specials, reading labels and using unit pricing to compare brands and packages.
MAKING A FAMILY BUDGET is a booklet that explains how to set up a budget, and tips for making it work. The charts are designed to take a close look at income and expenses and allocate money approproiately, including suggestions of what to do if Budget is are higher than income.
MONEY MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE FOR MILITARY MEMBERS helps military members manage their money wisely. Worksheets and clear explanations guide people through budgeting, figuring net worth, opening a bank account, balancing a checkbook, financing large purchases, saving money and much more.
MONEY MANAGEMENT BASICS—FOR MILITARY MEMBERS offers military personnel and persons considering a military career a step-by-step plan for keeping track of their money. It tells how to structure a workable budget, offers specific suggestions for managing debt and saving for the future.
ON LIVING ON YOUR OWN is a student workbook that introduces teens to the skills and resources required to reach independence. Learners practice budgeting, organize household chores, choose an apartment, consider continuing education, and learn job-hunting strategies.
ON MANAGING YOUR MONEY is a colorful workbook that provides fill-in pages and activities to help teens create a budget, save and invest, and make their money count. Clear, straightforward text teaches how to use credit cards wisely, and warns of the dangers of getting into too much debt.
POSITIVE CHANGE--MANAGING FINANCIAL STRESS was created especially for families coping with financial hardship. It provides practical tips on spending wisely, conserving energy, and following a budget to help people regain control of their finances.
WHAT'S UP WITH MONEY is a workbook for young teens that addresses budgeting, credit cards, setting goals, saving, and developing math skills for money management. It includes an interview form to discuss money issues with an adult and includes a Leader's Guide and web resources.