The website, which is called Squared Away, includes tools and information on topics such as how to reduce spending, refinance a mortgage, and draw down savings during retirement. Users can also build a financial plan through a step-by-step process.
The Center plans to distribute the site through various organizations, such as credit counselors, financial planners, employers, credit unions, and non-profits involved in helping low-income people build up their savings.
The website is at http://squaredaway.bc.edu.
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