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Money Matter$: Know More, Make More

Super Sites & Learn About Money

  • All the math you need to get rich : thinking with numbers for financial success

    All the math you need to get rich : thinking with numbers for financial success

    Hershey, Robert L., 1941-
  • Dictionary of financial terms

    Dictionary of financial terms

    Morris, Virginia B., 1942-
  • Finanzas personales para dummies

    Finanzas personales para dummies

    Tyson, Eric (Eric Kevin).
  • Making the most of your money now : the classic bestseller

    Making the most of your money now : the classic bestseller

    Quinn, Jane Bryant.
  • Obtenga su porcion : una guia a riquezas extraordinarias para el nuevo inversionista

    Obtenga su porcion : una guia a riquezas extraordinarias para el nuevo inversionista

    Stav, Julie.
  • Personal finance for dummies.

    Personal finance for dummies.

  • The 10 commandments of money : survive and thrive in the new economy

    The 10 commandments of money : survive and thrive in the new economy

    Weston, Liz Pulliam.
  • The money class : learn to create your new American dream

    The money class : learn to create your new American dream

    Orman, Suze.
  • The personal finance calculator: how to calculate the most important financial decisions in your life

    The personal finance calculator: how to calculate the most important financial decisions in your life

    Faerber, Esme.
  • The Wall Street journal guide to starting your financial life

    The Wall Street journal guide to starting your financial life

    Blumenthal, Karen.
  • The Wall Street journal guide to the new rules of personal finance : essential strategies for saving, investing, and building a portfolio in a world turned upside down

    The Wall Street journal guide to the new rules of personal finance : essential strategies for saving, investing, and building a portfolio in a world turned upside down

    Kansas, Dave.
  • You can do the math : overcome your math phobia and make better financial decisions

    You can do the math : overcome your math phobia and make better financial decisions

    Lipsman, Ronald L.
  • Your money or your life : 9 steps to transforming your relationship with money and achieving financial independence

    Your money or your life : 9 steps to transforming your relationship with money and achieving financial independence

    Robin, Vicki.
  • Super Sites & Learn About Money
    • Blogs
    • Financial Calculators

      Financial calculator sites offer worksheets and online step-by-step tools to estimate, calculate, and help evaluate a broad range of financial decisions for paying debts, budgeting, financing college, purchasing a car or home, planning savings and investments to meet goals or for retirement, etc.

    • Financial Portals & Media Sites
      • General Portals
        • Microsoft and Money Magazine team up for one of the larger financial portals offering data, articles, news, advice and educational content.

        • One of the largest, non-government business portals with company and stock information, current financial news and financial literacy resources.

      • Government Portals
      • Library Database Portals
        • Offers Financial Education section along with data and reports on stocks, mutual funds, exchange traded funds, bond information, companies, industries, the economy and a directory of securities dealers. Accessible outside of the library for those with a currently valid Los Angeles Public Library card or e-card.

      • Major Financial Media Sites
        • News, data, articles, and rankings for the investor, from the Wall Street Journal digital network.
        • News, information, videos and tools for portfolio tracking and other investor interests from Bloomberg media.  Includes section for Bloomberg Businessweek.

        • The CBS Network's financial media portal including searchable collections of articles from major financial publications, research data, financial tools, videos, and blogs from well-known advisers. The Money Library provides articles from popular magazines on a variety of financial topics.
        • A large media site that offers news, articles, data, videos from their programs, tools, blogs, and other resources.
        • From CNN, Money Magazine, and Fortune Magazine, this is a major site for economic news. The Money 101 section is good on personal finance and retirement.
        • Selected articles from Consumer Reports magazine on a wide range of personal finance topics, reproduced free of charge, with additional information available for a fee. Full access to articles is also available free of charge through the Library's print subscription.

        • Investor oriented news, articles, investment guides, tools, calculators, columnists and blogs; with links to their Investopedia.
        • Fox News sourced news, articles, data, and videos with content from their programs.

        • For the serious investor, a Los Angeles-based business newspaper with national coverage of news, business articles, investment data, and financial educational information. Access to in-depth content requires a subscription. Oriented to promoting the publisher's, William J. O'Neil's system of technical investing.
        • Kiplinger is a publisher of magazines and newsletters; this site offers current news. personal finance, business, investing, retirement, and financial advice.
        • Top source for business coverage of local corporations, projects, employment, economics and politics. Includes the Lists of largest Los Angeles companies by business types. http://www.labusinessjournal.com/lasingle-lists/

        • Offers news, blogs, columnists, with a local focus on business, jobs, and real estate.

        • A part of the Wall Street Journal digital network with financial news and investing information.
        • Microsoft and Money Magazine team up for one of the larger financial portals offering data, articles, news, advice and educational content.

        • A source for news, articles, media presentations, a number of tools and calculators such as the Fund Screener, Financial Tune-up, Renting vs. Home Buying, and financial guides covering a broad spectrum of issues.
        • From publishers of long-time news magazine now offered exclusively online. The site offers articles, blogs, news, tools, ratings, calculators covering personal finance, retirement, mutual funds, business & economy, and careers.
        • News, articles and tools including for rates and stock screening, plus section focusing on Personal Finance.

        • Major financial newspaper site offers news, data, articles, videos, blogs; personal finance section has how-to information on all areas of personal finance.
    • Learn About Money
      • General Beginner Sites
        • Free internet-based economic and personal finance lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students. Offers over 700 lessons, each with a teacher's version as well as a student's version. From the Council for Economic Education.
        • Offers basic, self-paced tutorials with money management tips for budgeting, retirement planning, smart shopping, and more.
        • Offers basic, interactive lessons to experience these daily challenges with money without real-world consequences.

        • Jump$tart is a national coalition of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, standards and educational resources
      • General Intermediate to Advanced Sites
        • This site is a free program of the nation's certified public accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances through every stage of life.
        • Major web site publisher of financial rate information (mortgages, savings, etc.) also provides informational articles.

        • A set of lessons offering a step-by-step guide to gaining control of your financial life.
        • Offers multilingual (Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, and others) financial education materials, including brochures, training manuals and PowerPoint presentations. Also see separate link listed below for MoneyWi$e, a national financial literacy partnership of Consumer Action and Capital One.
        • Selected collection of articles from Consumer Reports magazine on wide range of personal finance topics reproduced free of charge; also promotes access to pay services for more extensive access to information and reports.

        • From the publishers and authors of the well-known "For Dummies" books. Web sites offers selections of "how-to" information, "cheat sheets", videos, etc.

        • A national financial literacy partnership of Consumer Action and Capital One, combines free, multilingual financial education materials, curricula and teaching aids with regional meetings and roundtables to train community-based organization staff to reach consumers at all income levels and walks of life.
        • Microsoft and Money Magazine team up to offer a large number of articles, worksheets, and calculator tools for the basics of managing personal finances
        • From Visa (credit card company) working with consumer advocates and educators to provide educational content and resources. Offered in English, Spanish, and Chinese for the United States, plus offers international sites targeted to audiences in other countries in their native languages.
        • Site from nonprofit National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) offers guidance and education for financial decisions in all stages of life.
        • Offers many personal finance and money topics; sites are authored by freelance guides and contributors with experience and background in their fields.  thebalance.com is an About.com brand.

        • Major portal web site offers series of articles in groups called Personal Finance 101 and Investing 101 plus a few online dictionaries.
      • Government Sites
        • For both individual use and as a supplement to classroom teaching. From the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
        • From the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission: links to a variety of federal government web sites offering education, guidance, tools, etc. on a broad range of personal finance topics.
        • Learn about consumer issues, taxes, unclaimed money, buying from the government, and more.

      • Library Databases

        Database also accessible outside of the library for those with a currently valid Los Angeles Public Library card or e-card.

        • Several subscription services are available through the library and offer free courses. In particular, Gale Courses (formerly Learn4Life and ed2go), Learning Express Library, and Universal Class offer courses on personal financial topics such as making and saving money, homeownership, investing, etc.
        • Financial education section includes basic advice on credit, budgeting, as well as more advanced content on investing.

    • Other Languages

Disclaimer

These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the Los Angeles Public Library of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. The Los Angeles Public Library bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content. Also, please note that some of these sites may require registration and/or pay subscriptions for parts of their information and services, but all the sites selected and listed have significantly helpful and useful content that is available for free.

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