Last Chance for Financial Tips at the Library
The Acorn Public Library will host a 'Money Smart Financial Education, Financial Recovery,' workshop on Saturday, Feb. 23. The event is free to attend.
Most people could use a little bit of extra coin in their pockets and the Acorn Public Library wants to help residents figure out ways to put a few more dollars in their pocketbooks and keep 'em there—and it's all free.
On Saturday, Feb. 23, from noon to 1 p.m., the library will host, 'Money Smart Financial Education—Financial Recovery,' a program designed to help residents start being money-conscientious.
The workshop will cover topics including: How to assess current financial situation, identifying ways to increase income, decrease and prioritize expenses, developing and implement a financial recovery plan, how to recognize and guard against credit repair scams, and timeframes to review and adjust financial recovery.
The entire program will be guided by Consumer and Family Economics Educator Dedre Thomas, MBA, CEPF.
For more information about the event, visit the Acorn Public Library circulation desk or call 708-687-3700.