Managing Money in Tough Times
- Help for Difficult Financial Times (USA.gov)
- The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
- Recovery.gov is a website that lets taxpayers figure out where the money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is going. The full bill is also available at this website.
- Full Summary of Provisions From Senate Finance, House Ways & Means Committees (February 12, 2009) (PDF)
- Federal Economic Recovery Legislation and Texas – The Center for Public policy Priorities has published an article brief on what the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) means to Texas.
- 15 Money Moves for Tough Times
- 15 Things You Need to Know about the Panic of 2008 (September 19, 2008) By Fred W. Frailey, Editor, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
- Beige Book - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas – This report is published eight times a year and is a compilation of anecdotal information on current economic conditions gathered by the 12 Federal Reserve districts the nation. Reports and interviews with key business contacts, economists, market experts, and other sources. The Dallas District covers Texas and parts of New Mexico and Louisiana.
- Bouncing Back When Your Income Drops
- Consumers Warned to Avoid Fake E-mails Tied to Bank Mergers (October 9, 2008) Federal Trade Commission
- Cool Head, Long-term View Needed to Address Economic Woes (October 10, 2008) Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service , The Texas A&M System
- The Crisis: A Timeline (September 14 – October 17, 2009) CNN Money.com
- Foreclosure Resources for Consumers – Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
- How Much Money Have You Lost? (October 12, 2008) By Eric Carvin, Associated Press
- How Retirees Can Ease Pain of Market Rout by Kelly Greene and Anne Tergesen (October 14, 2008)
- Information Regarding Recent Federal Reserve Actions – Summary of recent actions since
- Is It Time to Have a Money Talk, Child to Parent?
- Is it worth trading in your gas guzzler?
- See how you can eliminate your debt faster by making ‘power payments.’ This educational software allows you to see how quickly you can eliminate debt, compare your spending to that recommended by financial professionals and compare your options for saving. This award winning software was developed by financial educators and is recognized nationwide.
- SEC Actions During Turmoil in Credit Markets (October 10, 2008)
- Texas State Securities Board – Investor Education Program
- Treasury’s Guarantee Program for Money Market Mutual Funds: What You Should Know (October 1, 2008) Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA)
- U.S. Department of Treasury – Read recent news and find information about Financial Stability Plan.
Last updated: 10 April, 2015
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