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Money Matters! Your Financial Future Starts Here.

Take a first step -Attend a Financial class or program at NYPL.

Financial Literacy Central can help you manage your money!

Explore the outstanding FREE financial resources we’ve selected for your use at home or in the library!

Sign Up for a Free 30 minute Session with a Financial Advisor!
Sign up here. Appointments available on  Tuesdays between 12-2, Thursday between 5-7 p.m., and Friday between 12-4:30 p.m. (Name, phone number and e-mail are required. )   Bring your questions on budgeting, credit, savings, retirement, to get informed guidance without a product pitch. (The Financial Planning Association of New York and independent advisors offer their expertise on a pro bono basis)

Browse and borrow over 1,500 personal finance books.

Onsite access to S&P Net Advantage, Morningstar, Value Line, Dun & Bradstreet


Improving Your Investment Results- Christine Benz, director of personal finance Morningstar, video taped at SIBL

Take advantage of the rich range of information resources and programmatic activities brought to you by Financial Literacy NOW, an educational campaign underwritten by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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Visit www.financiallitnow.org for more information, tutorials and interactive games.

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