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The Los Angeles Public Library is offering Money Matters, a series of events to help you get your finances in shape.


Be sure to also explore our  Financial Resource Guide for library and online resources providing information, education, and tools covering savings, credit, investments, budgeting, financial planning, and consumer protection.

 

April 29, 2015 3:00PM

The Chinese-English bilingual workshop covers basic banking and financial planning information.  The workshop is presented by Wells Fargo Bank. 

April 29, 2015 4:00PM to 5:30PM

Would you like to learn how to search for a job more effectively? Do you want your resume to stand out and get noticed? WorkSource will show you how to navigate your way through the job market with confidence.

April 30, 2015 6:30PM to 7:30PM

We’ll discuss topics such as underestimating retirement income needs, not planning for unexpected health care expenses, neglecting the effects of inflation on investments, how to properly evaluate investment accounts, and mismanaging assets.  We’ll also discuss how to implement and monitor an effective plan.  With Floe Financial Partners.

 

 

We’ll discuss topics such as underestimating retirement income needs, not planning for unexpected health care expenses, neglecting the effects of inflation on investments, how to properly evaluate investment accounts, and mismanaging assets.  We’ll also discuss how to implement and monitor an effective plan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 6, 2015 6:00PM to 7:45PM

Presented by the Pace Development Center, this program will provide an overview of credit, the impact of your credit score and the role of the credit reporting agency. Learn how to INCREASE your credit score, take steps to protect yourself from identity theft and understand your rights as a consumer. Q & A to follow program.  No reservation required.

May 7, 2015 4:00PM to 5:00PM

Is there a right way to think about money? Have you ever wondered why some people have money and some people don’t? Play the board game “Cash Flow” and learn about money, investing, and financial planning.

May 14, 2015 6:00PM to 8:00PM

If you are approaching 70 the IRS wants your IRA.  This seminar will answer questions about when to take your RMD, how much you need to take, and how it will impact your Social Security.  Presented by Providence Financial and Insurance Services.

May 29, 2015 3:30PM to 5:00PM

Take a Day Now to Give Your Child a Successful Future. It’s easy to put off saving for future needs – such as your child’s education. Don’t delay, mark 5/29 on your calendar to get started right away. Celebrate May 29 as “Save for Education Day” with 529 college savings plans.Get serious about achieving your education savings goals.

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Take a Day Now to Give Your Child a Successful Future

 

 

 

 

 

June 11, 2015 2:00PM

Every Thursday, 2-3pm, June 11 - July 30, teens will have enjoyable learning opportunities at the Harbor Branch.

 

June 11 - Los Angeles Youth at Work [LAYAW] Job SKills Workshop. Click here for additional information and registration

June 18 - Harbor Branch Teen Summer Volunteers Interviews

June 25 - TBA

July 2 - Play Cashflow, developed by Richard Kurosaki's, author of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad". You'll gain financial literacy skills while you have fun.

July 9 -  TBA

July 16 - LA Author Panel! A panel of Young Adult authors, living in LA, will share their work and answer questions.

July 23 - TBA

July 30 - Makinto. Malimba Music is Hope: voyage through the history of African and African American music.

 


 

 

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