AARP is creating a Web site providing financial advice and resources to young adults, the nonprofit announced Tuesday.

The Washington nonprofit group, formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons, lobbies for individuals age 50 and over.

The free site, called LifeTuner, provides financial tools and calculators to help young adults learn to balance their budgets, pay down credit card debt and receive advice from financial experts.

The site includes a Twitter feed, Facebook application, YouTube videos and a forum where AARP members can share their experiences with money, AARP said Tuesday.

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