New Financial Resources for Parents with Children with Disabilities
Apr 10, 2016 | By: Adina Rich
Man, couldn’t we all use all the help we can get?
Check this out!! Financial Resources for Parents with Children and Youth with Disabilities First published in 2004 by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) and PACER, this popular financial planning guide has been revamped into an online format and as well as updated and expanded to include more content relevant to parenting transition-age youth with disabilities The guide offers tips and information addressing many common financial issues and concerns of families raising children with disabilities from infancy to young adulthood. Topics include organizing financial records, managing money, preparing income taxes, health insurance options, dealing with debt, saving for college, preparing youth for adult employment, and more. Each section has links to additional resources!!
REFERENCE POINTS is administered by PACER Center http://www.PACER.org as a technical assistance activity of the TATRA Project. The TATRA Project is funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration.