Money and Finance

The Annenberg Foundation

This grant-making organization, whose mission is “to advance the public well-being through improved communication,” provides support to nonprofit groups in the areas of art, civic life, education, and health.
Provides in-depth information on a wide assortment of financial topics, including free rate information on loans, credit cards, certificates of deposit, and other financial products. Includes specialized pages on "college finance" and "debt management."
This comprehensive financial news site offers many specialized lists and surveys. (Note: Includes paid aids.) Retirement
Provides informative articles on various topics. Includes a
link to its annual survey of the top places to reside. (Note: Includes paid ads.)

Links and information for caregivers, providers, and advisors to the elderly.

Offers a variety of financial products, such as IRA's, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and annuities.

Immediate Annuities
Provides information on this financial product, including quotes based on amount invested and other factors.

Investor's Clearinghouse from the Alliance for Investor Education
Provides basic information on all types of investment instruments. (U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission)
The federal government's initiative to teach all Americans the basics of finance.

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
This government agency "protects the pensions of 44.1 million American workers and retirees in 30,330 private single-employer and multi-employer defined benefit pension plans."

The Retirement Calculator
Provides a free calculator for determining how much you will need to save.
Provides a free database for finding discounts.

Social Security Online: Retirement Planner
A comprehensive planning guide. Includes a benefits calculator.

Trusts and Estates
From Wickipedia the online encyclopedia, a discussion of: What is an estate?, Uses of trusts, Use of estates and trusts.

Offers mutual funds, IRA's, stocks, bonds, and other financial products.