Get in the green, and stay out of the red with these helpful "money smart" resources and programs at your library.
Morningstar Investment Research Center
Research, data, and analysis for investors. Includes many portfolio tools to calculate asset mixes, retirement costs, college savings, and more.
Small Business Resource Center
Covers all major areas of starting and operating a business: financing, management, marketing, human resources, franchising, accounting, taxes, and more.
Value Line—Expanded Library Edition
Weekly online presentation of Value Line's Investment Survey. Analyst commentaries and rankings on current operations and future prospects for thousands of large, small, and mid-cap companies.
Also, in any library branch, you can ask a librarian to log you into Consumer Reports for product reviews and ratings on cars, appliances, electronics, and more!
- Porter Branch, Wednesday, April 26, 3:00-5:00
Find out what's on your credit report and learn to manage your money, reduce debt, and increase savings. Presented by Katie Mills, GoodSkills Financial Literacy Tutor.
Money Management Games, Newton Branch, Monday-Saturday, April 23-28, all day
Learn money management skills as you play beneficial board games. Drop in! Grades K-12.
- Fredericksburg Branch, Friday, April 27, 3:00-5:00
What's on your credit report and how to fix it. Presented by Katie Mills, GoodSkills Financial Literacy Tutor.
- Porter Branch, Thursday, April 26, 7:00-8:00
Presented by Rhonda Clyborne and Lauren Polen of the NSWC Federal Credit Union.
Estate Planning, Montross Branch, Thursday, April 26, 6:00-7:00
Local lawyer George Townsend answers estate planning questions.
Looking for books to help you with your money management? We recommend these resource collections: