The federal government has started a website with links to basic financial information.  It looks like a good attempt to offer information to folks about how to manage your money and other consumer information.  It also offers tips on how to avoid scams
Here is a blurb from the site about what it offers:
“This site organizes financial education help from over 20 different Federal web sites in one place. Content is organized by where you are in life (“Life Events”), who you are (“My Resources”), and by specific hands-on tools (“Tools”). Popular Topics are also highlighted. This site provides summaries of resources available at other official government sites and allows you to open those pages in a new window (“Learn More”).”
I would recommend this site over other, commercial, private sites.  With the private sites, you never know whether someone is paying to be allowed to have a link on the site.
Good luck in your search for financial information and assistance.  After researching, it is always good, as well,  to consult with an attorney about any financial decision you plan to make.