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Costs and Benefits of Vegetable Gardening

FE1092/FE1092 by Kevin Athearn, Hannah Wooten, Liz Felter, Catherine G. Campbell, Jessica M. Ryals, Matthew C. Lollar, Juanita Popenoe, Lorna Bravo, LuAnn Duncan, Christa Court, and Wendy WilberMarch 30th, 2021

Major Asset Classes: A Brief Glossary

FY1483/FCS3352 by Jarrett Tsai, Jorge Ruiz-Menjivar, and Martie GillenMay 22nd, 2019

Mutual Funds

FY1351/FCS5266 by Lisa Leslie and Michael S. GutterFebruary 9th, 2021

Saving and Investing “Need to Knows” for Military Families

FY1533/FCS3391by Barbara O’Neill, Martie Gillen, and Kristen JowersJanuary 12th, 2024This publication is intended for family service providers, Extension agents and specialists, educators, and other professionals in the Military Family Readiness System. It discusses general and military-specific information about saving and investing money. Written by Barbara O’Neill, Martie Gillen, and Kristen Jowers, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences, January 2024.

Strategies to Fund Your Child's College Education: Using Savings and Tax-Advantaged Vehicles

FY1484/FCS3353 by Jessica McCumber, Jorge Ruiz-Menjivar, Martie Gillen, and Sarah M. EllisJuly 2nd, 2019

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