libraries and money

Money Smart Week @ your library,  a program which came out of a collaboration between members of the Money Smart Advisory Council (made up of over 40 Chicago area businesses and organizations) was in five Midwestern states as of 2010 and is back again this year with programming to begin in April.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's website,
"Money Smart Week (MSW) is a series of free classes and activities designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances...You might learn how to apply for a mortgage, or teach young people how to save. There are money fairs and classes. Watch this site to see what's going on in your neighborhood."

Money Smart Week not at your library? There are still ways to get more information/help with your finances, click this link for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's website, scroll down and check out the FREE links to activities for adults and kids, all located under the Resources heading.

Want more FREE financial help? After a recommendation from bestie Mummy Dearest, I will be setting up a FREE streamlined budget at this weekend. Maybe this being an adult thing isn't so bad after all.


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