Table of Contents
EC 692-1 -- Sizing Up Your Financial Situation
Revised February 2007 by Nancy M. Porter, Ph.D., Extension Family Resource Management Specialist, and Deborah J. Thomason, Ed.D., Extension Family and Youth Developent Specialist.
EC 692-2 -- Making the Most of What You Have
EC 692-3 -- Controlling Spending
EC 692-4 -- Stretching Your Food Dollar
EC 692-5 -- Deciding Which Bills to Pay First
EC 692-6 -- Keeping a Roof Overhead
EC 692-7 -- Meeting Your Insurance Needs
EC 692-8 -- Coping With Stress
EC 692-9 -- Accepting Your Feelings
EC 692-10 -- Teaching Children Coping Skills
EC 692-11 -- Things You Can Do When Money Is Short
Information taken from Getting Through Tough Times, written by Lois Smith and Charlotte Crawford, Illinois Cooperative Extension Service. Adapted with permission for South Carolina by Nancy M. Porter, Ph.D., Extension Family Resource Management Specialist; Brenda J. Thames, Ed.D., Extension Program Development Specialist; and Deborah J. Thomason, Ed.D., Extension Family and Youth Development Specialist.
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