Money Smarts: How to Promote Financial Literacy With Students
Those of us who just filed our taxes, or paid our bills, or calculated our monthly expenditures know the importance of having a solid base of financial
6 Tips to Help Parents Raise Money-Smart Kids
Raising money smart children is a series of ongoing observations, conversations, and experiences. It is a process parents are well advised to start early. A 2013 Cambridge University study revealed adult money habits are set by age seven!
Money Smart Week: Get financial know-how and be money smart
Teens, parents, and adults everywhere discover sound financial practices during Money Smart Week, April 22–29, 2017, with Spokane County Library District’s programs that help you manage your money. FOR TEENS AND TWEENS Teens get a roadmap for creating and maintaining a budget, learn the importance of savings, and gain an understanding of what credit scores …
Time is Money: How to Book Shows Smarter, Not Harder
By the Numbers: Money Smart Week
Statistics about personal finance, debt, and financial literacy to celebrate Money Smart Week (March 30–April 6) and the 1,000 libraries that participate.
Money Smart Week Run
9:30 am 5K RUN/WALK RACE DAY ACTIVITIES Chip timing with QR code for immediate results Post event food & drink AWARDS & RESULTS Age Groups: 0-9, 10-13, 14-16, 17-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ Age Groups: 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 Awards begin at 10:30 am Timing by Everal Race Management PROCEEDS BENEFIT FINANCIAL EDUCATION
Money Smart Week: Need to fix your credit score? Or a zipper?
Money Smart Week in Michigan runs through April, including events on how to fix your credit score and even fix small household items.
Chamber celebrates Money Smart Week
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce ambassadors, board members and staff congratulate Kishwaukee United Way on its Money Smart Week and financial classes throughout the month of April. Money Smart Week DeKalb is an annual, weeklong opportunity to gain the financial wellness, education and preparation to navigate life’s financial needs. For information, visit www.kishwaukeeunitedway.com.
Bank to offer new loans for 100th Anniversary, Money Smart Week |
MILTON – A Valley bank that’s prided itself as the only true local savings bank in the area for almost 100 years has a new offer during this Money Smart Week. Milton Savings Bank says it will soon have new home equity loans available Chief Executive Officer Scott Pfaff, “That’ll give some opportunities to take some equity out of your home to do some things, whether it’d be buy a car, do some renovations, or pay for schooling for a child.” Milton Savings…
Henrico Extension to offer money-saving tips at free workshop Feb. 24
The Henrico County office of the Virginia Cooperative Extension will hold a free workshop Tuesday, Feb. 24 to help individuals meet their goals for saving money. The Three Keys to Savings workshop
MIDDLETOWN - Russell Library is offering several events that help people gain a deeper understanding about money issues beginning March 31 Sponsored by the Friends of the Russell Library, all events take place in the Hubbard Room. Call 860- 347-2528 Ext. 123 to register, or register at the Information Desk March 31, 2 p.m.: Finding Low Cost Rentals in the Middletown Area. Ann Faust, Executive Director…
Money Smart Week: Grow Your Revenue
This workshop explains the difference between sales and marketing, equipping small business owners with tried and tested methods to identify target markets and motivate them to buy from your business. Barry Fowell from SCORE presents. Register. Zimmerman Room.
MONEY: Locals celebrate decision to put Harriet Tubman on $20 bills
Inland educators and leaders praised the news that Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist who helped free slaves, will be featured on the new $20 bill, saying the decision should be celebrated by everyone…
Money Smarts 101 Course
Jordan explains how his Money Smarts 101 Course helps college students understand the basics of personal finances.
Nation’s libraries prepare for Money Smart Week®, March 30, April 6
CHICAGO – Financial issues are a constant in our lives. They change as they reflect milestones in our lives. At every stage in life, we are faced with financial issues, whether it means spending our allowance wisely, obtaining loans for college, applying for a mortgage or saving for retirement.
Financial literacy education top priority for University Libraries Money Smart Week
From personal investing, to setting budgets, saving money, negotiating a salary and more University students are encouraged to get smart about their money
Mentor Public Library plans Money Smart Week programs
As part of Money Smart Week at Mentor Public Library, the library will host a series of programs designed to help people with saving money, as well as their retirement
US consumers snap up Italian Parmesan before tariffs hit
MILAN (AP) — U. S. consumers who appreciate the tang of aged Italian Parmesan cheese as an aperitif or atop their favorite pasta dish are stocking up ahead of next week's tariff hike and as dairy producers in the two countries square off.
Your Money Matters: Money Smart Week and how to maximize your social security benefits
Antonio Lugo, Fiduciary Financial Advisor/President Smart Wealth Strategies 125 South Wacker Drive, Ste. 300 Chicago (312) 893-5466 www.smartwealthstrategies.com Events: Wednesday, April 26 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Mabel Manning Chicago Public Library 6 S. Hoyne Avenue Chicago Thursday, April 27
How much money do you donate to your parish each week?
Irene Woodard of Camp Hill, Pa., described tithing as an expression of her faith.