Financial Literacy Programs at George Bruce Library
Now that the lazy, hazy, care free days of summer are a distant memory, and the crisp, cool days of fall have given way to the chill of winter, it may be time to turn our thoughts to more serious endeavors. What activity could be more serious or sobering than getting our financial house in order? Are you saying, "Yes that’s true, but it is too daunting. I need help."?
Well here at the George Bruce Library, we may have just the ticket for you. Through the generous support of the McGraw–Hill Companies we are continuing our Financial Literacy Series of programs (titled Money Matters) this Winter. Topics covered will include:
- Credit Cards
- College Costs
- Financial Planning for Business Owners
- and more
So take the plunge and let us help you navigate those scary financial waters. Attend one of our programs, browse our special Finance Collection of books designed to support this series of programs. The programs will take place on various Thursday mornings at 11:30 a.m. and Wednesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. throughout the winter. Visit our branch page for dates and times. The next program, Success Over Survival (designed to help business owners) will occur on Thursday January 10, 2012 at 11:30 a.m.