Financial advice for early life: Consumer Website of the Week

April 06, 2011|By Liz F. Kay

It's still National Financial Literacy Month, and so the Consumer Website of the Week is

The site offers a budgeting tool to show folks who earn a biweekly paycheck how much you're taking home, how much you're saving and how much discretionary income you have.

There's also checklists for many of the life changes that people often experience in the spring: graduation, first job, first independent housing.

The site is geared toward young women, though many of the tips could benefit people regardless of their age or gender.

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