Let’s talk about money. The Chandler Library has upcoming events about consumer finance and other resources to help with this tricky topic.
Are you thinking about becoming a home owner? Learn more about financing options with It’s Not Your Father’s Home Loan, on Saturday, March 30 at 11 a.m. at the Basha Library. A lending professional will present the basics about FHA loans and a good deal more about alternative loan programs. No registration necessary.
Even teenagers can get interested in finance. Hear how one member of Sunset Library’s Teen Advisory Council journeyed into the investment world in Stock Basics for Teens, on Saturday, March 30 at 10:30 a.m. at the Sunset Library. Gain information on the stock market, stock values and company analysis, with guidance from a local financial service professional. This program is for ages 12-17 and is limited to 12 participants - so if you’re interested, be sure to register!
Do you want to read up on finance and business related news, but you’re on a budget? You don’t have to pay for a subscription - you can read current issues of popular magazines free with your library card and Flipster! Check out Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, and Money, available in full-page format with back issues, too. Browse instantly at the website or take magazines with you using the free Flipster app for Android, iOS, or Kindle Fire.
You can do consumer research with Consumer Reports, too - just log in with your library card and PIN numbers for free full access to Consumer Reports Online. Looking for the annual Consumer Reports Buying Guide? You’ll find that back at Flipster.