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A personal finance research guide aimed at college students.
This site uses the consumer price index to calculate the difference in the buying power of any amount of US dollars for any two years between 1913 and today. IE 4 cents in 1913 could buy $1 worth of goods today and vice versa.
Currency rates and converter. Also has a travel expenses reimbursement calculator, which has the capibility of finding the rate on the date of purchase and also calculates any hidden fees, ie credit card use in foreign country.
This video series covers a variety of personal finance topics. The brief videos use clear, simple language, and graphic elements so that viewers can better visualize the personal finance content being presented. In the end, they will see how important these concepts are to their everyday lives.
From the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Get a quick run down on some of the most common financial forms and documents that you’re likely to encounter. Choose the form listed below and use your mouse to explore the form in greater depth, with explanations and further information on each section.