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Financial Literacy

Money Smart Week

This guide was prepared by Jim Bondra, Business Librarian with input by Cathy Michael, Communications Librarian, in support of Financial Literacy awareness on our campus.  We are highlighting the Personal Finance Lunch & Learn series offered by Prof. Steven Novakovic (Spring 2021).  "The IC community is invited to join us this semester as we host a series of monthly webinars on a variety of personal finance topics, including Taxes, Housing, Budgeting, and Personal Finance Tips and Tricks.  Each session will be during the noon hour on the following dates: 2/16, 3/18, 4/6, and 5/6."  The guide will also be shared with our community as part of Money Smart Week. From moneysmartweek.og/about:

Money Smart WeMoney Smart Week logo Federal Reserve Bank of Chicagoek is a national public education program coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and delivered by a network of supporters that empowers people with the knowledge and skills to make better-informed personal financial decisions around the key financial pillars of saving, spending, borrowing and planning.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago coordinates Money Smart Week as part of its outreach efforts supporting effective policy-making and the economic development of all 7th District communities through promoting and contributing to economic and financial education.

Money Smart Week Supporters are volunteer organizations or individuals from the public, private, or government sectors who develop and execute local Money Smart Week events in their community. Interested in becoming a Money Smart Week Supporter? Learn more.

In 2021 the event is set for April 10-17th. 


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