Monday, January 16, 2012
Is fiscal fitness at the top of your priorities list for 2012? Lawrence Public Library is poised to help.
The library, 707 Vt., has organized a series of free financial wellness clinics running through spring.
All clinics run from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays in the library auditorium and include free child care provided on-site. Individuals can register for the entire series or per class.
- “Pay Yourself First: Creating a Household Budget and Sticking to It,” Jan. 24.
- “Getting Out of Debt, Saving and Investing,” Jan. 31.
- “Frugality 101: Buy More, Spend Less and Curb your Budget without Clipping Coupons,” Feb. 7.
- “Be Prepared: Establishing an Emergency Fund,” Feb. 21.
- “Saving and Investment Basics,” Feb. 28.
- “Setting Goals and Achieving Your Financial Dreams,” March 6.
- “Choosing Investments Wisely and Practicing Good Habits,” March 13.
- “Love and Money: Avoiding Financial Stress in your Relationship,” March 20.
Clinic instructors are: Anju Mishra, a HUD-certified comprehensive housing and consumer credit counselor; Toni Detherage, a licensed social worker; Jenn Hethcoat, a family and frugal living blogger.
For more information, contact Lynn Koenig, adult services coordinator, 843-3833 x 113 or email@example.com.