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International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
Provides an enormous amount of information from glossary of terms used in benefits and compensation to internships, conferences, seminars and important industry links to aid in finding the answer to question you may have in the area of benefits or compensation.
National Compensation Survey (US BLS)
This U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics survey of employee salaries, wages, and benefits replaces three previous BLS surveys (ECI, OCSP, EBS). The BLS recommends this survey for those who want wage estimates for pay setting purposes.
New York Department of Labor
Agency charged with enforcing state Labor Laws.
Bureau of Labor Statistics guide to career information about hundreds of occupations
Overview of BLS Statistics on Wages, Earnings, and Benefits
Brief overview of the type of data available from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the main source of earnings and employment data for United States workers and employees.
Saving your Money
Awnsers about Bank Accounts
Answers about checking, savings and other bank account questions from the office of the Comptroller at the United States Treasury.
Developed by the FTC offers the basics of understanding money, credit, banking,
Managed by the Consumer Federation of America, the America Saves campaign helps low- and moderate-income households to establish a savings plan and stick to it. A companion campaign, Military Saves, focuses on service members and veterans.
Choose to Save
The Choose to Save campaign, a program of the Employee Benefit Research Institute and its American Savings Education Council, provides resources to help consumers achieve financial security and reach savings goals across the lifecycle.
Home: Renting & Buying
Buying a Home (HUD)
Advice from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urband Development
Information about renting and buying from the U.S. Government. Includes information on housing help, insurance, moving, scams, and repairs and improvements.
Metropolitan Housing Council
A "tenants' rights membership organization made up of New York City tenants who believe in our motto of "housing for people, not profit." We formed over 50 years ago to fight for a city where everyone has access to safe, decent, affordable housing."
Nolo: Landlords & Rental Property
Everyday legal information from a network of lawyers and other experts.