ASSOCIATES (vol. 8 no. 3, March 2002) -

*The Internet Guru*


Brad Eden, Ph.D.
Head, Bibliographic and Metadata Services
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

OK, so it's that time of year again -- TAXES!! Here are some sites to help you figure out how to keep the government from taking so much of your money, prepare for retirement, learn how to invest and save, and other interesting stuff. If you would like to see other topics researched in the future, don't hesitate to contact me via email. These sites were active as of 2/12/2002.
Set up a free account, play with $100,000 of fantasy money, and invest in over 25,000 stocks and mutual funds for fun
Free resources on 401(k)s, Wall Street 101, and the ABCs of IRAs
Loads of free investment information on everything from real estate to college to retirement planning
Yea, the IRS site, where you can download all of your tax forms
Has best deals for insurance, long distance, utilities, Internet access, credit cards, and more
A top-notch website by Money Magazine, full of calculators, free information, etc.
Another magazine website, with free investment tools to keep track of your stocks and mutual funds
Insurance website for finding best deals and quotes
Find out what you are worth in different areas of the country. Also addresses office politics, creative fulfillment, and quality of lif.
For those who are newbies to investing. Loads of information
Track down the best loan and insurance rates for home, auto, health, and investments

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