Financially Hers: A Money Management Program for Women

A series of four programs on money management for women will be held at the Lansdowne Library, open to all county residents.

The Lansdowne Public Library and the Library Foundation of Delaware County are pleased to announce that the Lansdowne Public Library will be offering free, woman-oriented money management lessons through a four-week program that empowers women to identify the personal motivations and beliefs that influence how they manage their finances.

This program was developed by and will be presented by CLARIFI formerly CCCS of Delaware Valley.

FinanciallyHers will cover

“Unlocking the Mystery; the Why behind the Buy” which will help you understand what drives your money decisions so you can put together a spending plan to meet your financial goals;

How to Run Your Household like a Business” which will teach you different strategies for managing your expenses and meeting your financial goals;

Give Yourself (Good) Credit” which will teach you how to obtain and understand a credit report so you improve your credit; and

Investigate Investing: Learn how to Save” in which you will learn the basics of investing in the stock market, bonds and mutual funds and you will examine how your risk tolerance affects how you handle money.

All programs will be held at the Lansdowne Public Library at 55 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne.  The programs will be each Wednesday in March at 7 p.m. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

You may register online at www.delcolibraries.org under library events, by calling the Lansdowne Public Library or Susan Purcell at 610-891-8622.

Unlocking the Mystery; the Why behind the Buy      March 6 at 7 p.m.

How to run your household like a Business              March 13 at 7 p.m.

Give Yourself (Good) Credit                                       March 20 at 7 p.m.

Investigate Investing: Learn how to Save                March 27 at 7 p.m.

For details on these programs and others, visit the DCLS MoneySmart website at www.delcolibraries.org/money.

The Delaware County Library System is a department of County Government responsible for providing support services for 26 independent member libraries.  The Library Foundation of Delaware County is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supplements library funding.

Donations can be made at www.supportdelcolibraries.org.

Funding for MoneySmart@ your library is provided by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation and the American Library Association

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