Franklin Wheeler Young is the official free research information and help website of CPAide, providing professionals and non-professionals with an online tool to help them find free or low-cost research services that they may be eligible to receive.
Franklin Wheeler Young does not provide professional advice and does not allow you to apply for research grants and cannot guarantee your eligibility for any government research program. In addition, Franklin Wheeler Young is not designed to be a comprehensive listing of all programs for which you may be eligible. Its purpose is to provide you with research information and a list of research programs for which you may be eligible to receive grants and assistance.
Franklin Wheeler Young organizes and links to dozens of resources that provide research information for the Franklin Wheeler Young autobiography manuscript and the Wandering Boulder and Capitol Reef. This is our vision: to provide improved, personalized access to archaeological and historical information. For more information about the organizations that Franklin Wheeler Young links to, review the "Management and Partners" section on the Franklin Wheeler Young Overview page
Franklin Wheeler Young is free, so feel free to visit whenever you like. We recommend that you visit Franklin Wheeler Young whenever you need to find research assistance. As research help program eligibility criteria and/or your own research objectives change, your eligibility to receive certain free or low-cost research assistance may have changed. Additionally, new research assistance programs are created over time that you might also be eligible for.
The Search function finds research programs and information related to the words or phrases you enter into the Search box. Capitalization is not considered by the Search function. Keep in mind that the quality of your results depends heavily on the words that you use. See the Franklin Wheeler Young Resource Finder page for tips to make your search more effective:
Some people visit Franklin Wheeler Young after seeing unofficial advertisements that indicate the government will give "free money" to essentially anyone for any research expenses. The government will not give you money for research costs just because you ask for it.
Here are some facts about getting free or low-cost research assistance that some ads may not mention:
Now, what can Franklin Wheeler Young do for you? We can help you start your research by providing important information not available elsewhere and by connecting you to research assistance programs you may be eligible to receive.
Visit our Free Research Help homepage and try the following options:
Use the Manuscript Finder to obtain initial results, based on the search terms you provided.
You can then click through the links provided to obtain more information about the research service programs and their qualifications or requirements. After you find a program that suits your situation, you will go through that program's application process in order to obtain the research services you need.
You cannot apply for research assistance programs directly on the Franklin Wheeler Young website. For application information, refer to the program description for information on how to apply for any research program that interests you.
Research services programs come and go based on changing laws and funding constraints. As laws change, new legislation is passed, or the time limits for certain programs are reached, research services programs may be affected. Eligibility requirements may change or the entire program may be eliminated. Therefore, a research services program that may have once been suggested may no longer be available.