MoneySmart Week Set for April 2015

October 14, 2014 | By More
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Melissa Newton near Union Station on her way to the MoneySmart Week meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago!

Melissa Newton near Union Station on her way to the MoneySmart Week meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago!

Last week, I attended our first 2015 planning meeting for Money Smart Week. As always, these get-togethers are so energizing!  I get to talk with many of the Money Smart Week partners, hear the latest updates surrounding Money Smart Week, and meet new people in the financial literacy community.  The best news is the date for MoneySmart Week 2015 is set for April 18 – 25, 2015!

As a quick explanation for new readers, Money Smart Week is organized through the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and offers educational workshops and seminars about money topics throughout the country. (Last year, 49 states offered events!)  And, the huge benefit to consumers is that it’s free!

Let me highlight just a few of the topics you can select from for a seminar. In total there are 22 topics from which to choose:

√ Basic banking services
√ Saving and planning for college
√ Investing
√ Kids & Money
Small business and entrepreneurship

I wanted to share the MoneySmart Week for 2015 with you so you can “save the date”. Keep today’s Post as a favorite link so you can periodically check the MoneySmart Week website for seminars of interest.  Plus, please share today’s Post with friends, family, and colleagues!  MoneySmart Week is a terrific free resource for consumers to learn the basics about many money topics from experts.

News to Read:

Visit www.MoneySmartWeek.org and browse the website.  To find a topic and seminar, select “Find Events”, select the state, and find the events based on the data you input in the navigation bar on the right side of the page.

As of today’s Posting, seminars are not yet listed, but keep checking back!

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