Tag Archives: Money Smart Week

Learn about financial wellness in the workplace

Financial Coach Steve Leskovec from Western Reserve Consulting offered free financial wellness advice to entrepreneurs during a webinar the library hosted earlier this week. He discussed the most common financial problems facing employees right now. He also explained how those problems … Continue reading

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

It’s difficult to stick to a budget. It’s tricky to eat healthy. It can be tortuous to do both at once. Fortunately, Registered Dietitian Melinda Wivell will offer advice on how to eat healthy while on a budget during a … Continue reading

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Legal & financial planning advice for families affected by Alzheimer’s & dementia

Christina M. Bushnell and Dawn E. McFadden of McFadden Bushnell LLC visited us recently to provide guidance for families that may be affected by Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia – which is all families, really. They discussed legal and financial … Continue reading

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Why your library card is very money smart

We celebrated Money Smart Week  earlier this month with a week’s worth of programming that focuses on financial literacy. But, even if you missed those programs, there are still plenty of ways we can help you save money. 1. First and … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Money Smart Store

Kids as young as three learned the basics of budgeting during a special program on Monday at our Main Branch. The children each started with $36 in play money. With those funds, they could buy a piggy bank – $10 … Continue reading

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