CONSUMER.GOV – links to all types of consumer information including money management, product safety, avoiding fraud
Consumer Issues - complaints, recalls, scams, insurance, etc.
Consumer Protection - practical information on a variety of consumer topics
Consumer Search - researchers review and rank top-rated products in 13 categories
BUSINESS.GOV - guide to all business-related information on federal state and local government websites, including business startup, advertising, law and licensing, financing, government contracting, import/export, etc.
FORMS.GOV - Access to federal tax, small business, social security, veterans benefits, and FEMA forms.
The Internal Revenue Service - Tax forms and Instructions for individuals and businesses.
ECONSUMER.GOV – a joint project of the consumer protection agencies from 21 different countries and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Bankruptcy Basics - "information on different aspects of the federal bankruptcy laws," "a basic explanation of the different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed and ... answer[s] some of the most commonly asked questions
MYMONEY.GOV – budgeting, taxes, credit, financial planning, saving and investing, fraud and scams
USAJOBS.GOV – searchable database for job vacancies within the federal government
MEDLINEPlus - consumer health information
Nutrient Database - food composition databases to acquire, evaluate, compile and disseminate composition data
Daily Med: Current Medication Information - information about marketed drug
Health Savings Accounts - publications "created by the Medicare bill signed by President Bush on December 8, 2003 and are designed to help individuals save for future qualified medical and retiree health expenses on a tax-free basis;" FAQ, a brochure (in English and Spanish), fact sheets, tax resources, and related publications. (Treasury Department)
Medical Information Bureau: Consumer file - a nationwide specialty consumer reporting agency under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act
Hospital Compare - information on how well the hospitals care for all their adult patients with certain conditions or procedures
DISABILITY.GOV - programs, benefits, services and laws related to disabilities. Links to state and local resources. Nine major topics include employment, education, housing, transportation, health, benefits, technology, community life and civil rights.
HEALTHFINDER.GOV – Tips and Tools to keep you healthy. Physician locators.
AirNow - index for reporting daily air quality - how clean or polluted the air is and associated health effects; calculates the AQI for five major air pollutants regulated by the Clean Air Act: ground-level ozone, particle pollution (also known as particulate matter), carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide
Drinking Water Information - local information
wwww.DTV.GOV – digital Television
DoNotCall.GOV – sign up for the national “Do Not Call” registry, to protect yourself from telemarketers.
SAFERPRODUCTS.GOV - reports of harm or risk therein for consumer products.
WWW.READY.GOV – maintained by the Department of Homeland Security this website contains information for preparedness for natural disasters.
Household Products Database - what's in products, potential health effects, safety and handling
Consumer Handbook on Adjustable Rate Mortgages, (ARM) - this fact sheet explains adjustable rate mortgages loans for which "the interest rate changes periodically, usually in relation to an index, and payments may go up or down accordingly." Includes questions to consider, consumer cautions, ideas for reducing risk associated with ARMs, a glossary, and a mortgage checklist for comparing different types of mortgages; also in Spanish. (Federal Reserve Board)
National Association of Unclaimed Property
Administrators, (NAUPA) - unclaimed property database maintained by state governments