We’ve rounded up the most recent, best financial resources available on the web, so that you can kick back, relax, and manage your finances:
Feed the Pig is presented by the American Institute of CPAs and has a number of resources for those looking for information on saving, budgeting, and retirement planning. There are some helpful budgeting calculators, and step-by-step guides on things like credit cards, mortgages, and student loans.
If you run your own business, you know how important it is to correctly manage your company’s financials. This white paper explains the 10 essentials of a complete financial management system.
Are you retiring soon? Make sure your credit is in order.
There is financial calculator allows you to project 401(k) savings by entering a number of fields including projected salary increases, timeline, and expected investment returns. It also allows you to view a chart showing how an employer match will impact your account balance.
How tax-friendly is New Mexico? (Or another U.S. state?) This handy tax map from Kiplinger offers ratings for each state, plus a detailed state-by-state guide on everything from income to property taxes. There’s also similar map geared toward retirees.
Are you in the market for a new car? This article by Kiplinger will give you guidance on which car will take your money furthest.
For something that’s supposed to be “free,” the Internet sure does seem expensive sometimes. The folks at MoneyTalkNews explain why.
Tired of being told to give up your lattes? Here are more creative ways to save (and to save a lot).