Hi! There are so many good books as David says! But there are a lot of good, safe sites on the internet that you can go to. I’m an adjunct professor and am very big on teaching student to use and to be able to discern reliable accurate sources. The internet has valuable info on it, but it also has false info, too! The other problem is that many sites that have accurate info are selling that info. There’s nothing wrong in paying for good advice, but if you can get the same correct, helpful info for free, there’s no sense in paying for it!
Here’s a list of some safe sites that are not trying to sell to their readers (notice that many are government sites!). Best wishes and thanks for writing!
Great General Sites
Social Security Info – Retirement and Disability
Investing in the Stock Market
Financial Calculators and Tools
Investing in Bonds
IRAs and Roth IRAs
401Ks at Your Company
Financial Literacy for Kids
Retiree’s Financial Issues
529 Plans to Save for College
http://apps.finra.org/investor_Information/Smart/529/Calc/529_Analyzer.asp (fee calculator)
Avoiding Identity Theft
Federal College Student Financial Aid