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Sat, 08/25/2007 - 12:35pm
By: The Citizen

Fall 2007

If you think great deals only happen on game shows,
then the new edition of the free Consumer Information
Catalog will thrill you. It’s chock-full of more than 200
free and low-cost government publications on topics such as
health, personal finance, housing, travel, and more. With
so much valuable information, you won’t be able to say “no
deal” to it.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside the fall Catalog:

*2007 Consumer Action Handbook (Item 568P, free). Don’t
fall for a shady deal or scam. Protect yourself with this
everyday guide to finding the best solutions to your
consumer problems and questions.

*Helping Your Child Understand Money (Item 623P, free).
Help your child develop good money habits that will last a
lifetime. Use the handy tips in this brochure to teach your
kids the value of saving and investing their hard-earned
summer wages.

*Your Home (Item 626P, free). Fallen for your dream
home? Then check out the practical advice in this brochure
on buying and selling a home, calculating how much house
you can afford, insurance coverage, and more. There are
also helpful hints on moving and home maintenance and

*Living Trust Offers (Item 322P, $1.00). Find out if
living trusts are right for you and how to avoid scams when
planning your estate.

*Cholesterol: Medicines to Help You (Item 634P, free).
Have high cholesterol? Get the facts on the different types
of brand name and generic drugs that help lower your
numbers, including side effects to watch out for.

Deal or no deal? The choice is easy—order your Catalog
today. There are three easy ways to get your free copy:

* Visit to order a
Catalog, or to read or print these and hundreds of other
government publications for free.

* Send your name and address to Consumer Information
Catalog, Pueblo, Colorado 81009.

* Call toll-free 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO. That’s 1 (888)
878-3256, weekdays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

Get even more information and take advantage of online
government resources at and official English and Spanish web
portals to the Federal government.


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