Tag Archives: Money Smart Week

How valuable is your library card?

For Money Smart Week, we dedicated an entire week to programs about taxes, couponing, saving for retirement and, in general, making smart financial decisions. But you know what’s really money smart? Using your library card. You can save hundreds of dollars, if not … Continue reading

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Kids learn about cash during Money Smart Week

Even children are learning about dollars and sense during Money Smart Week at Mentor Public Library. They played Wants vs. Needs Bingo (which is a good game for any age) and a kids’ version of Price Is Right on Monday night. Then they … Continue reading

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Learn how to manage your student loan debt

Struggling with student loan debt? You’re not alone. Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student loans. (Yes, trillion, with a t.) And the average 2016 college graduate owes more than $37,000. If you don’t know how to deal with your debt, get advice from an … Continue reading

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Get the truth on taxes

Don’t like how your taxes turned out this year? Get expert advice, so you won’t have to owe next year. Certified Public Accountant Andrea Lograsso will talk about common tax issues that people face at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25, … Continue reading

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Learn money-saving tips from the queen of coupons

We’re kicking off Money Smart Week with a visit from the queen of coupons. Rachel Krych (of Couponing with Rachel fame) will share her expertise during a special, 2-part program on Saturday, April 22, at our Main Branch. Part one … Continue reading

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