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Money Smart Week 2021

 

Every year since 2002, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago sponsors an initiative called Money Smart Week that encourages and supports libraries, schools, businesses, and other organizations that host programs that want to help students and people in communities across the US be better with manage their finances.  Programs can deal with a wide range of topics such and credit and debt, budgeting, saving money, preparing for retirement, and a lot more.  MGA libraries participate each year with our own programs targeting mostly to students, and you can find Money Smart Week materials online as well.

This year, Money Smart Week activities were virtual.  This guide page includes video links to presentations from several finance organizations.  

Official Money Smart Week 2021 Videos

 

These videos are sponsored by the national organizers of Money Smart Week.

"Savings: A Little Can Make a Big Difference." - Presented by FINRA Investor Education Foundation

"Understanding the Basics of Federal Students Loans." - Presented by the US Dept. of Education, Office of Federal Student Aid

"Managing Personal Finances During Covid-19." - Presented by Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center

"Tips for Managing Money Ups and Downs." - Presented by University of Wisconsin - Madison, Division of Extension

Money Smart Week Official Website

 

Find a few more videos and Money Smart Week information here on their organizations website