financial management


Be Money Smart in Tough Times: For Parents and Grandparents (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

These times are unprecedented. You may have become sick; lost loved ones; or lost your job. Your kids and grandkids are homeschooling and distancing. And, this is a time to either fall apart emotionally and financially or band together as a family and community. This program, presented in partnership with […]


Money Smart Workshop for Adults: Managing Debt (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Learn about different kinds of debt and ways to manage it with financial expert Ron Jennings from CAFE Montgomery. This is the last in a four part series.  This session will cover debt topics like what is debt and how it works, reducing debt, nonpayment of debt and debts in […]


Money Smart Workshop for Adults: Credit Report and Scores (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Learn about credit reports and scores, building credit history, and repairing and improving credit with financial expert Ron Jennings from CAFE Montgomery. This is the third in a four part series.  This session will cover topics like the basics of credit reports and scores, getting and understanding your credit report […]


Money Smart Workshop for Adults: Your Spending and Savings Plan (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Learn how to develop a spending and saving plan and how to prioritize spending when money is short with financial expert Ron Jennings from CAFE Montgomery. This is the second in a four part series.  This session will cover topics like the building blocks of a spending and saving plan, […]


Money Smart Workshop for Adults: Your Income and Expenses (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

  Learn how to track your income and expenses with financial expert Ron Jennings from CAFE Montgomery. This is the first in a four part series.  This session will cover topics like understanding pay statements and tracking and managing your income and expenses. All workshops in the series are independent […]


Demystifying Financial Statements (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Event Details Don’t let companies’ financial statements intimidate you. Financial statements are basically a scorecard and you don’t need to be an accountant to understand and interpret them. Richard Konrad, CFA, CFP® explains how to read these statements and the skills that the do-it-your-selfer needs to make smarter investment choices. Click here […]


⭐ Saving and Investing For Women (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Suzanne McGovern of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy will discuss how women can level the playing field through saving and investing. Women have unique financial considerations. There are certain realities  women must deal with–women are paid less than men, spend less time in the workforce, […]


⭐ Contemporary Conversations With Michelle Singletary, Washington Post Financial Columnist (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Meet Michelle Singletary, prize-winning journalist and nationally syndicated personal finance columnist for The Washington Post. Michelle Singletary is well known for taking complicated financial terms and concepts and make them easy to understand. A frequent contributor to various NPR programs and a regular presence on all major networks, NBC, CBS, […]