Tag Archives: Money Smart Week

How to Prevent & Survive Identity Theft

By Ann G. Identity theft is increasingly common, and we all should be aware of how to protect ourselves—it really could happen to any one of us! It takes some work to theft-proof your life, but it is far less … Continue reading

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Delicious Cooking Within Your Budget

By Ann G. If you walk the aisles of the Library’s cookbook section (and, at the Central Library, that is several aisles!), you will see a wide range of books with delectable-looking recipes. Truffles, chocolate, caviar, fine wine—it all looks … Continue reading

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Going Green to Save Some Green

By Tina M. Don’t worry, it’s all about the small things! Earth Day is April 22nd and so is our Money Smart Week. Every year, I promise to be more “environmentally friendly” and “save more money.” It’s not as easy … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Money, Honey

By Meadow P. Money may well be the most challenging aspect of our so-called adult lives, and yet we are so reluctant to discuss it with others for fear of looking the financial fool. It’s time we embrace financial education … Continue reading

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Movie Mondays: Director J.C. Chandor and Money

~posted by Frank Director J.C. Chandor has only made three films, but he has emerged as one of America’s most accomplished young directors. Two of his films are smart, thrilling, engaging dramas about money, and are ideal viewing during Money … Continue reading

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Knowledge is Power: Educating Yourself about Foreclosure, Scams, and Your Rights

Angeline Thomas is our guest blogger today. She is the Staff Attorney who oversees the Foreclosure Mediation and Outreach Project—a WA-based foreclosure prevention program based at Seattle University School of Law designed to connect homeowners to reputable resources through outreach … Continue reading

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Money Smart Week at the Library, April 18-28

Interested in learning how to live within a monthly budget, manage debt and maintain good credit, and more? Come check out our Money Smart Week programs! As part of the national Money Smart Week movement, which you can check out at … Continue reading

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