finances

Getting Back on Track Financially After a Loss or a Divorce

On Tuesday, February 14th, Brenda Banks of Merrill Lynch will present a free seminar at Kingwood Library on "Getting Back on Track Financially After a Loss or a Divorce" from 12-1:30 PM in the Meeting Room.

The presentation will cover how to set up an objective review of your finances, stay socially involved, consider a physical checkup, making house decisions carefully, and other points to consider. No registration is required.

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Taxes & Your Money

MoneyNext Tuesday (4/15) is your last day to get the AARP Tax-Aide volunteers to help file your taxes at the library.  In case of a crowd, arrive by 3:00pm to ensure your place in line.  Once you're finished with tax season, stop by on Wednesday (4/16) at 6:00pm for our How Money Works lesson to put the finishing touches on your financial year.

How Money Works

MoneySave the date: Thursday, 9/12/13 at 12:30pm.  Michael from Primerica will be coming to the Katy Library to help you understand How Money Works - specifically in your life.  Create a budget, get out of debt, and more.  Call 281-391-3509 or stop by to register.

Down but Not Out

Living Well with Bad CreditFrom commercial jingles to your next-door-neighbor, you’re probably hearing more about credit scores than you did in past years.  If bad credit is driving you crazy, take a look at Living Well with Bad Credit by Chris Balish and Geoff Williams.  They tell you how to “buy a house, start a business, and even take a vacation no matter how low your credit score.”

Embarrassing Financial Questions

Can I Pay My Credit Card Bill With a Credit CardYou know those times you have a question, and you just can’t bring yourself to ask it – just too embarrassing? Well, when it comes to financial questions, Mary Hunt is answering them for you. Her latest book Can I Pay My Credit Card Bill with a Credit Card is full of hundreds of financial questions and helpful answers. 

 

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