“It’s the economy, stupid.” Is a famous political catch phrase started during the Bill Clinton 1992 presidential election campaign and repeated over the years in response to identifying the key issues of election campaig
With March being Women’s Heritage Month honoring women for their historical and contemporary contributions it is worth noting that some of the most prominent and popular columnists, bloggers, TV & radio hosts and guests, and authors on the subject of personal finance are women.
The federal government first offered the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) in 1975 and has expanded the program over the years. California is introducing a new additional California Earned Income Tax Credit this year. The credit provides money even when taxes are not owed.
Whether you are seeking your first job, unemployed, making a career change or looking for opportunities to improve your working life and career, please visit the Central Library for help.
The Los Angeles Public Library kicked off a campaign called “Money Matter$: Know More, Make More” in April 2013 in recognition of financial literacy month. But that is only the beginning of what the library has to offer.