Internet Highway Report

June 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2002, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p19
Academic Journal
The article presents some Web sites that offer finance-related information. The National Association of Seed and Venture Funds is a source of information on venture investing. The Municipal Bond Transactions is a site by the Bond Market Association for municipal bond pricing and trade information. A variety of information on retirement is available at the Retirement Living site. The site is especially useful as a state-by-state guide for taxes. The International Social Security Agreements site is a U.S. Social Security Administration site with information about bilateral Social Security agreements with 19 countries affecting expatriate workers and multinational companies.


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