Get Money Smart at Cook Library This Week!!

April 7, 2014 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

Cook Library is offering two programs as part of Money Smart Week, a national initiative to promote financial literacy:

The Millennial Generation, the Generation that may NEVER get to Retire

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
11:00am to 12:00pm
Cook Library Room 507

In this session, Dr. Allen Cox, Managing Director, Maryland Coalition for Financial Literacy will talk about the challenges that the “Millennial” generation face in being able to save and invest enough so that someday they will be able to retire. Topics will include: the future of Social Security and Defined Benefit Pensions along with some ideas for how to plan for a secure financial future.

Launch Pad: What’s Involved in Starting a Small Business

Thursday, April 10, 2014
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Cook Library Room 507

Frank Bonsal, Director of TowsonGlobal, Towson University’s entrepreneurship hub and business incubator for early-stage companies, will provide tips for those interested in starting a small business.

These programs are offered as part of Money Smart Week ®, an annual personal finance event sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, in partnership with the American Library Association and the Financial Planning Association. Money Smart Week is a registered service mark of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.


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