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Credit 101: What, How, Why
Wednesday, May 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
All teens, young adults, and interested adults are invited to participate in a “Financial Literacy Academy” at the Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity!
“Retirement Savings – When, How, and Why” with Professor Mark Koscinski, CPA, Moravian University
Saturday, May 13th at 11am
“Credit 101: What, Why, How” with Professor Deanna Hammarsten, Northampton Community College
offered twice: Wednesday, May 24th at 4pm and Thursday, May 25th at 6pm
“Credit Card Basics” with Professor Deanna Hammarsten, Northampton Community College
offered twice: Wednesday, May 31st at 4pm and Thursday, June 1st at 6pm
“The Stock Market and Investing” with Professor Mark Koscinski, CPA, Moravian University
Saturday, June 3rd at 11am
These sessions are offered at NO COST to attendees.
FREE budgeting planner ($35 value) for all registered MLNV patrons who attend any session (one per person, while supplies last)
For each of the four classes attended, young adult registered MLNV patrons will also be entered into a raffle to win a set of SONY headphones and laptop backpack with USB port ($365 value)! Attend four classes, get four chances to win. The winner will be selected on June 5tht.
These programs and incentives are made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation and are part of the library’s PA Forward Financial Literacy programming.
Registration for each session is required; call 610-759-4932, email [email protected], or stop in the library.
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