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Money In/Money Out
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Money IN/Money OUT


SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING MATERIALS

HANDOUTS THAT MUST BE ORDERED FROM OTHER SOURCES OR PRINTED OUT FROM THE INTERNET


Session 1

NCCES publication FCS-70 - Managing Your Money is the basic money management publication recommended for distribution to all MI/MO participants at the first session.
North Carolina Extension faculty may order from NCCES Communication Services.
(NC residents may obtain information on ordering FCS-70 from their county Cooperative Extension Center.)

1-h Managing Your Money is available as a pdf file at: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/frm/docs/fcs70.pdf


Session 2

2-e Sample personal credit report. Sample credit reports are available from various financial service institutions. As of June 2001, Equifax has a Personal Credit Profile Sample available on their web site. It can not be accessed directly, but requires these steps:
Go to http://www.equifax.com
Click on the Equifax Credit Profile icon
Scroll down to the same icon (lower left) and click on the word "more"
Note the same icon at the top of the next page and click on the word "example"
Print out the Equifax Credit Profile Sample

2-e FTC Credit Scoring Brochure (http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubx/credit/scoring.htm)


Session 3

The following publication is recommended in section 3 of the Instructor's Guide.
How & Why to Save Money (http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/frm/docs/fcs450.html) is a fact sheet from NCCES that highlights the different reasons for saving, and the importance of establishing the habit of saving regularly.

3-d 6 Steps to Six-Figure Savings (http://www.consumerfed.org/cfaprime.pdf) is a brochure from Consumer Federation of America/Primerica that is accessible from the Consumer Federation of America web site. Hard copies can be ordered from
Consumer Federation of America
1424 16th Street, NW - Suite 604
Washington DC 20036
202/387-6121


Session 4

Property Ownership is cited in section 3 of the Instructor's Guide, and may help North Carolina residents understand the legal terminology regarding property ownership. This publication is part of an extensive web site titled Planning Your Estate (http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/estates/index.html).


Session 6

66 Ways to Save Money (http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/cic_text/money/66ways/index.html) is a brochure from the Consumer Literacy Consortium produced with leadership by Cooperative Extension. Print out copies from the Internet, or order hard copies from the Consumer Federation of America. To order a single free copy, or 100 copies for $5 (check payable to Consumer Federation of America):

Consumer Federation of America
1424 16th Street, NW - Suite 604
Washington DC 20036
202/387-6121



North Carolina State University
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Family & Consumer Sciences Department