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Letter From Reader: 2007 Financial Literacy Calendar

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Hi Flexo,

Just a quick note to say thanks for all the blogging. I’m addicted to your site and the information you provide on personal finance. Keep it up! I recommend you to all my friends.

Also, I am a CPA in Texas and get emails from the Texas Society of CPAs (go figure). In the most recent email the TSCPA shared a link to a 2007 Personal Finance Planning Calendar [pdf] that I think you, and your readers would enjoy.

Thanks for the link! The calendar has financial reminders on several dates throughout the year. For example, on April 5, the suggestion is “Check on IRA deductions.” May 8 we are told to “Start holiday savings.” On the pages opposite those printed with the months there are tons of personal finance tips. I haven’t had a chance to look through all the tips yet.

The calendar comes from the ValueYourMoney campaign from the Texas Society of Public Certified Public Accountants.

Updated February 10, 2011 and originally published December 12, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar henry

Dude!! 7MB? This thing’s a beast.

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avatar Luke Landes

Yep, it’s 28 pages of full-bleed, print quality images.

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avatar Tom

This is a nice personal financial calendar to read and to keep as for future reference. It would be neat to have all these financial reminders put into a goggle calendar or an Outlook file so that one can upload these reminders to his calendar

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avatar HC

This is nice, but I think their recommended dates for completing financial aid will leave a lot of people out in the cold.

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