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Updated: March 31, 2022

Protecting the Family Farm in Divorce (FS-1050)

Divorce can be financially devastating for a family farm. Protecting the family farm from divorce is possible if farmers plan ahead with a valid prenuptial agreement, understand the legal parameters of marital vs. non-marital property, limit bequests to family members, and are able to come to a voluntary division of marital property, rather than asking a judge to value and divide the assets. Author: Sarah Everhart, Legal Specialist; Title: Protecting the Family Farm in Divorce (FS-1050)
Updated: March 23, 2022

Budgeting 101 for College Students (FS-1194)

Budgeting for college students presents unique challenges due to variations of income and expense. Combining a cash flow budget with a yearlong monthly financial plan allows planning for the variations of income and expenses that college students experience. Author: Jesse M. Ketterman, Ph.D.; Title: Budgeting 101 for College Students (FS-1194)
Updated: January 26, 2021

Paying for Healthcare or Daycare? Flexible Spending Accounts Can Help!

A flexible spending account is a great, tax-advantaged tool that can help you save for health and dependent care expenses. This fact sheet provides a template to estimate the amount of money to set aside when establishing a flexible spending account. Information about establishing and using a flexible spending account is also contained.