Get “Money Smart” this week at the Boston Public Library

Money Smart Week
Money Smart Week
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It’s time to get smart—Money Smart, that is.

As part of Money Smart Week, a national initiative created by the American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to educate consumers on personal finance topics, the Boston Public Library has created its own set of financial literacy programming to help citizens get “Money Smart.” The workshops, which are free and open to the public, include topics like managing student loan debt, budgeting and banking basics, retirement planning, and, proving that it’s never too early to learn, a Money-Smart-themed story time for kids.

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All classes, programs and workshops will take place at the BPL’s main branch at 700 Boylston Street in Copley Square. For more information, visit their site.