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Publication of the Week 100 Questions and Answers About Buying A New Home
This guide will take you step-by-step through the home-buying process. Learn how to calculate how much home you can afford, which loan programs are available to help and what other costs you need to be aware of.
News Flash - New Website! The Federal Government has created a new website www.mymoney.gov,
dedicated to helping you understand more about your money, and where you can order your free "My Money" Tool Kit. This new, free package of publications
from the Financial Literacy and Education Commission and
the FCIC is chock-full of
useful tips that will help you manage your money and gain
Consumer Action Website
Want your money back because your parrot doesn't talk? The Consumer
Action Website is now available. Based on the 2004 Consumer
Action Handbook, the newly updated website is the one consumer guide
that you must have.
The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal where citizens can get easy-to-understand
information and services from the government. FirstGov.gov
pulls together more than 26 million state and local government pages.
Consumer Information Catalog
View (free) or order
($) copies of hundreds of great books on a wide variety of topics.
Subscriptions - Groups and individuals who wish to receive
free copies of the Consumer Information Catalog each quarter.
Consumer Focus Democracy in America - Part 2
The nightly news is filled with stories about the election season. People and parties, programs and promises are being discussed by all of the candidates. FCIC helps you look forward to the election by reviewing the branches of the government and our election process itself.
Drug Discount Cards
People with Medicare can now take advantage
of real savings on their prescription medicines by signing up for
Medicare-approved drug discount cards. For more information,
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