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Extension Learning Tools

These Web-based programs, offered by Cooperative Extension, will help you learn about planning for your own financial security.

  • Financial Security in Later Life - brought to you by University of Minnesota Extension.
  • Investing For Your Future - Helps consumers learn through an 11-unit home study course designed for beginning investors with small dollar amounts to invest at any one time. Brought to you by Rutgers Cooperative Extension.
  • Financing Long-Term Care - A Resource Center for Families. This Web-site offers unbiased, proven information with no financial or long-term care products to sell. It provides up-to-date information on long-term care risks, costs, and financing alternatives. Interactive planning and assessment tools, fact sheets, myths and facts, conversation starters, and an online self-study are examples of decision-making resources you will find.
  • PowerPay - The PowerPay computer program is an easy-to-use educational tool that allows consumers to see the impact of power payments on individualized consumer debt situations. Brought to you by Utah State University Extension.
  • Financial Fitness Quiz - Take this quiz to get an idea of how well you've managed your money so far. Choose the answers that best describe your current financial management practices. Brought to you by Rutgers Cooperative Extension.
  • Estate Planning: 29 Topics You Must Know About - A group of 27 publications brought to you by Montana Cooperative Extension, designed to cover many of the different aspects of estate planning.


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