Building Personal Wealth Financial -  A Resource Guide



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The following resources can be used to learn about building personal wealth. The list includes sources of information on financial literacy, saving and investing, and budget and debt management.

What is BEST?
The Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool (BEST) is a tool that you can use to find out if you could be eligible for benefits from any of the programs Social Security administers. Best will give you eligibility information based on answers you give to the questions on the Web pages at:  However, BEST is not an application for benefits and:

  • Will not give you an estimate of benefit amounts.

  • Does not know, or ask for, your name or Social Security number.

  • Does not access your personal Social Security records.

Your Government Benefits

This Free Tool will help you find Government benefits you may be eligible to receive.


Money Smart - Make Good Choices About Your Personal Finances


Financial Literacy - America Saves


American Savings Education Council


Americans for Consumer Education and Competition

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System


Choose to Save® Education Program


Consumer Federation of America


Fannie Mae


Federal Consumer Information Center


Freddie Mac


Jumpstart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy


National Community Reinvestment Coalition Financial Literacy Campaign


National Council on Economic Education


National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)


Saving and Investment Information


Corporation for Enterprise Development


Federal Trade Commission Consumer Protection


National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASDAQ)


New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)


Securities Industry Association


Standard & Poor's

Texas Tomorrow Fund (College Investment Fund)

U.S. Department of the Treasury


U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission



American Consumer Credit Counseling, Inc.


Myvesta (formerly Debt Counselors of America)


Free Money


This section contains links to money sources.  Here are some free money facts:

  • Over 20 Million People Get Government Money Every Year:

  • 1,000,000 entrepreneurs get money to start or expand a business

  • 4,000,000 people get money to invest in real estate

  • 6,000,000 people get money to go to college 

  • 10,000,000 people get free help and training for a better job

10,000 Sources of Money, Help and Information

You can get the information here free.

  • How to get $250,000 to work on your invention.

  • How to get an extra $1,000 a year forever.

  • How to get $30,000 to become a nurse.

  • How to get free air travel for specialized health care.

  • How to get $20,000 to buy a car because you’re on disability.

  • How to get free prescription drugs.

  • How to get free treatment by the best doctors in the world.

  • How to get $250,000 to buy a ranch.

  • How to get $24,500 to go to graduate school.

  • How to get $1,200 a month for day care.

Here are the links:


General Help


Health Money Information and Services for Health Issues


Mental Help Money for Psychological Issues


Housing Help Money Information Services To Find or Fix Up A Home


Jobs Money Information and Services for A New Career


Business Help Information To Start or Expand A Business


Educational Training Money Information for College Or A Better Job


Financial & Estate Help Money Information for Personal Finance Issues


Legal Help Money Information To Get Satisfaction To Right a Wrong


Help For Kids and Pets Money Information for Care and Feeding of Kids and Pets



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