Howard County Library System
 
Financial Education


All HCLS branches have books on various aspects of financial education in their nonfiction collections. Additionally, a small collection of books explicitly focused on financial education topics is located near the Research Desk on the second floor of the Central Branch.


Upcoming Financial Classes and Events

Date Description Register
04/30/14
7:00 PM
Miller Branch
Winning Strategies to Prepare for Retirement
Discussion and Q&A with BB&T financial management experts Evan Fishman, Investments Counselor; Greg Misko, Private Finan ... [more]
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05/07/14
7:00 PM
Miller Branch
14 Expensive Mistakes Home Buyers and Sellers Make
Learn the common pitfalls of buying and selling real estate and how to avoid them. Presented by licensed real estate bro ... [more]
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Basic Resources

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Banks

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Bankruptcy

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Budgeting & Personal Financial Management

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Cars & Money
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Children - Supporting & Educating

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Consumer Credit & Consumer Credit Issues

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Estates & Wills

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Fraud & Identity Theft

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Health Financing

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Housing

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Insurance - Life & Property
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Legal Expenses
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Life Changes
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Retirement Planning
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Starting and Operating a Small Business
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Taxes
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Unemployment & Disability
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