From: Bob Rankin
Subject: TOURBUS - 29 AUG 2006 - Seniors / School / Investing
In today's TOURBUS, we'll explore some websites of special interest to senior citizens, go through a round up of some great back to school resources, and get savvy with online investing. Read on!
There are lots of great web sites for seniors who want to network with other seniors, learn more about computers and the Internet, or access information especially helpful for older and retired folks.
If you have a friend or relative who is 60+ and looking for consumer protection tips, information on volunteerism for seniors, adult education, estate planning advice, federal and state agencies for seniors, or links to government sites such as the Social Security Administration, and Veterans' Health Administration, then please read my new article with lots of info for senior citizens online:
If you're a parent, teacher, home-schooler, or a student then your thoughts are bound to be turning towards the Fall school season. So if you're looking for homework helpers, lesson plans, and other online reference tools for education, read on...
If you're a stock market investor, there lots of great resources on the Net that will help you keep tabs on your stock portfolio, keep up with the latest market news, do company research, and even do your trading online. This article will point you in the right direction if you're looking for a little help finding the best stock market and financial websites.
How many Drachmas in a Dinar? How many Rupees can you get for a hundred Rubles? In what countries are the official currencies called the Zloty and the Punt? A visit to the Universal Currency Converter will answer all these questions and more...
That's all for now, see you next time! -- Bob Rankin