Tag Archives: Money Smart Week

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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Make sense of your cents during Money Smart Week

When it comes to money smarts, if you don’t have sense, you’ll be left without any cents. That’s why we’re hosting a series of programs designed to help people with their taxes, couponing, saving for retirement and, in general, making smart financial … Continue reading

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Get College Financial Aid Tips at Mentor Library

Getting a college degree can be expensive—frighteningly, mind-numbingly expensive. As of 2015, the average, in-state public college costs more than $38,000 for tuition before you get a 4-year degree; and the average private school is nearly three times as expensive. That price tag is enough … Continue reading

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Getting money smart at Mentor Public Library

Most of our Money Smart Week programming is for adults, but you have to teach the youth too. Kids learned about saving and spending during a special program Monday evening. They also painted their own Robot Banks. (Sure, pigs are … Continue reading

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Get financial advice during Money Smart Week at Mentor Public Library

Some people, even adults, have no sense of what to do with their dollars. That’s why Mentor Public Library is hosting a series of programs designed to help people make smart financial decisions. It’s called Money Smart Week and it … Continue reading

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