This Saturday, November 29th, 2014, is Small Business Saturday–a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for our communities. So, for at least one day, you are encouraged to “shop small.” The basic concept of the day is to keep money in your community by shopping at smaller brick and mortar stores, as […]
Join us for an informational session on how to build your investment portfolio, here at the Library on Thursday, November 6, 2014, in the Marvin Auditorium. Free and open to the public. No registration required. You will learn about: Asset Allocation Diversification On-line investment research via databases such as Morningstar and Value Line Stock […]
Women of all ages are invited to enroll in these classes (Sept. 18-Oct. 30) to learn how to manage their personal finances, pay down debt, live on a budget, save and invest.
Identity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and then pretends to be you, usually in order to gain access to your financial information, credit cards, and bank accounts. Sometimes identity thieves even open new utility accounts or get medical treatment on your health insurance. They are very resourceful and use a variety of […]
Learn how to take make informed and effective decisions regarding your personal financial resources at the Financial Literacy 101 program this Wednesday evening, August 6th, at 7 pm, in the library’s Anton Room 202. No matter what stage of life you are in, you can learn to take control of your financial future with […]
The cover letter has become more and more important to Human Resources professionals as a tool for screening potential employees. Many job postings generate hundreds of applications, and it is difficult to differentiate one applicant from another. You might have a great resume, but unless you can grab the attention of your potential interviewer, you […]