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Posted in Explore and Discover, News on May 28, 2020 at 6:00 am
By Ree West If you’re experiencing financial difficulties right now, you’re not alone, and you have some options. It should come as no surprise, though, that as quickly as support services are being put into place, scammers are coming up with strategies to take advantage of them. So I caution you to be careful and […]
Tags: adults, assistance, cfpb, consumer financial protection bureau, finances, forbearance, hardship, help, home, money, mortgage, payments, scammers
Posted in News on March 26, 2019 at 6:00 am
Managing money and investments can be a challenge. We have digital resources to help make personal finance and investment management easier and more cost effective. These digital resources are available to library cardholders living in-district at no additional cost. We have online courses if you want to understand how to balance your household bud […]
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Posted in News on February 28, 2019 at 6:00 am
PLAY Late Night Nerf Battle When the library closes, let the Nerf battle begin! We supply the Nerf toys and rounds and snacks. This program is for kids in grades 3–5. Registration and signed permission form are required. CHENEYThursday, April 4, 7–9pm | REGISTER MORAN PRAIRIEFriday, April 5, 7–9pm | REGISTER CREATE Journaling Through Ar […]
Tags: art, booklist, books, create, digital photography, digital resources, filming, finance, gobos, journaling, kids, late night, Library of Things, money, Money Smart Week, Nerf battle, parents, piggy bank, play, saving, SelectReads, spending, teens, tweens, video, video editing, video production equipment
Posted in News on January 22, 2018 at 6:00 am
Financial planning can be tricky and overwhelming. An abundance of information exists for consideration. Yet planning ahead allows you to outline your wishes, care for your family, and make the best decisions for your future. If you’ve been putting off planning for your senior years—whether already a senior or not—now is the time to dive […]
Tags: adult, asset protection, downsizing, education, Elder Law Group, estate planning, family, finances, financial literacy, funeral planning, healthcare advance directive, home care, legal issues, legal resources, legal voices, long term care, managing money, Medicare, money, moving, powers of attorney, probate, protect assets, seniors, supplemental needs trust, The Handbook for Washington Seniors, wills and trusts, www.legalvoice.org