The legal self-help organization offers financial information for all kinds of couples. It covers everything from how gay couples can take care of each other's finances when one partner is incapacitated to tax breaks for single parents.
The site, launched in 1998 by the first openly gay member of the New York Stock Exchange, has evolved into a comprehensive financial portal for gay couples. It covers many personal finance topics, such as prenups and living trusts for gay couples, as well as career and health news and advice.
The National Stepfamily Resource Center is a division of Auburn University's Center for Children, Youth, & Families. Its mission is to act as a "clearinghouse of information" that disseminates best practices for couples and children in stepfamilies on a wide range of issues, including handling stepfamily money and the effects of remarriage on children.